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NYU To Welcome Its Class Of 2017 With A Nestivity-Hosted Tweetcast

When it comes to college orientation, gone are the days of packing lists scribbled on notebook paper and name games played sitting cross-legged in a circle.

Many universities have taken to social media as an effective communication tool with current students and prospectives alike.

An upcoming case in point: NYU is welcoming its class of 2017 with an hour-long Q&A Tweetcast this Sunday night, July 14 at 8 p.m. EST.

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Nestivity Launches Tweetcast Twitter Chat Tool

Nestivity, a community engagement tool that enables you to organize Twitter conversations into structured “nests,” has rolled out its latest addition: a multimedia Twitter chat vehicle called Tweetcast.

Brands and individuals can now share a wide variety of media content in real time as they conduct live chats on Twitter.

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Nestivity Presents The 25 Most Engaged Brands On Twitter

One of the most important guiding principles of Twitter, especially for brand community managers, is that follower count does not equate with engagement level.

A million Twitter followers does not an engaged brand make. In fact, more than 73% of tweets directed to the top retail brands on Twitter go unanswered.

To that end, social media startup Nestivity just released a list of the top 25 most engaged brands on Twitter, examining how they achieve that connection to fans and followers, and how other companies can follow their lead.

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Want To Have Conversations On Twitter? Reserve A Nest!

Twitter has this silly problem – conversations don’t really happen there.

Sure, you can START a conversation and then move it to direct message or email, but having a threaded conversation extend beyond a specific moment in time is pretty difficult . . . unless you have a nest.

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