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Posts Tagged ‘LinkedIn’

Instagram Continues To Grow Since Twitter Split

Twitter’s disconnects from seemingly simpatico platforms is well-known, but the part folks don’t usually focus on is this: Twitter is actually helping these Twitter-addicted tech platforms (in a round-about way).

How?

Much like LinkedIn after it split with Twitter, Instagram is realizing it’s actually better off without the mircoblogging monkey on its back.

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Real Estate Industry Replacing Cold Calls With Tweets

As social media becomes increasingly important for businesses to reach consumers, digital networking is beginning to replace more time-honored communications tactics.

Real estate in particular is a field that thrives on connectivity – and where better to nurture connections than on Twitter and other social networks?

According to the Wall Street Journal, top commercial real estate firms are recognizing this necessity and starting to beef up activity on Twitter, LinkedIn and other platforms.

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Social Sharing Tips For B2B And B2C [INFOGRAPHIC]

It’s not enough to write great content on Twitter – you’ve got to tweet it at the right time and to the right people.

This infographic explores what works when it comes to B2B and B2C companies using Twitter and LinkedIn to share their stuff.
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Is LinkedIn Coming After Twitter?

So not only is LinkedIn flourishing after breaking up with Twitter, it seems to be adopting its most popular feature – the thing that makes Twitter, Twitter: following others.

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After LinkedIn, Instagram, Tumblr, The Latest To Get Disconnected From Twitter Is IFTTT

Twitter has been on a virtual rampage lately, shutting its doors to prominent companies who had been used to displaying and interacting tweets for years. Businesses like LinkedIn appear to be doing just fine after being ousted by Twitter, but the latest to be put on the chopping block might not be so lucky.
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Did Twitter Just Give Facebook 1000% More Referrals From LinkedIn?

According to some new data, Twitter might’ve made a huge mistake this summer pulling out of LinkedIn.
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LinkedIn Says It’s Better Off Without Twitter

Remember when Twitter pulled the plug on its seemingly symbiotic relationship with LinkedIn?

Though the disconnect may have been annoying for those of us who used it, it turns out the change has been GREAT for LinkedIn.

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Where Does Twitter’s ‘Consistent Experience’ Guidance Leave Developers?

Twitter cut off LinkedIn’s ability to post tweets and followed that up with a post meant to guide developers’ efforts. This post has developers in it a tizzy. Why?

Well, Twitter is committed to creating a ‘consistent experience’ for users and from the tone of the post, developers haven’t been taking that commitment seriously enough.

They will now though. Oh yes, they will.
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Breaking: Tweets No Longer Posting On LinkedIn

Do you post your tweets on LinkedIn? Well, not anymore you don’t.

LinkedIn just announced that starting today, regardless of whether you sync all of your tweets with the professional networking behemoth or only those designated with the #in hashtag, you will no longer be able to share your 140 character posts.

Why? Good question.
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LinkedIn Is 4X Better At Converting Leads Than Twitter [STUDY]

Businesses use social media for a variety of reasons, but they often share one thing in common: they’re looking to convert likes, follows and connections into leads and sales.

There is a big debate in the social media world about which network and strategy works best to benefit businesses, but new data shows that LinkedIn might just be the network of choice for connecting B2B companies with their customers.
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