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7 Ways To Network More Effectively On Twitter

So you’ve signed up for a Twitter account and started following a few people. You’ve set up your bio and profile picture, customized your background, and you’re tweeting pretty regularly. You’re doing everything right, but you’re not getting the level of engagement you expected. Instead of turning your nose up and figuring that Twitter must really be about sharing what you had for lunch, try these tips to network more effectively.
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The Best (And Worst) Times To Post To Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, And Google+ [INFOGRAPHIC]

A lot has been said about social timing. Getting your content in front of the right people involves getting it out at the right time on fast-paced social networks.

This infographic from Social Caffeine explores when’s the best time to post to Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+ and Pinterest.
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Twitter Lags Behind Other Networks When It Comes To Child Protection

A watchdog group has come out and said that Twitter is far behind other social networks when it comes to fighting child abuse and pornography.
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Google+ Now Affects Your Klout Score

The big players on Google+ might have noticed a rather pleasant bump in their Klout score today. That’s because Klout has officially integrated the new network into its influence calculations.
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Big News – Klout Changes How It Measures Your Influence

If you use Klout to measure just how influential you and other Twitter users are, you can expect to see some variation in your scores starting today.

Klout has changed the model with which they calculate influence, becoming more transparent and accurate in explaining just why you deserve a 32 while your coworker has a 45.
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UberMedia Launches Twitter Competitor Chime.in

Does UberMedia have Twitter in its sights with the launch of its new Chime.in network? The company already owns some of the most popular Twitter apps, such as Twidroyd and UberSocial, and some speculate that its latest project, a social network of its own, is aiming right at Twitter’s achilles heel: its users.
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HOW TO Connect Your LinkedIn Profile With Twitter For Better Networking

Both Twitter and LinkedIn are great for networking with professionals, co-workers and business associates. But rather than flipping between the two networks, they’ve made it easy to connect to one another in order to leverage both at the same time. Here’s how.
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Twitter Is Less Uncivil Than Fox News, Music Industry And The General Media [POLL]

Apparently, Americans think Twitter is a pretty civil network. Or at least, it’s not uncivil… and yes, there is a difference.

A recent poll suggests that Twitter is less uncivil than the mainstream media, Fox News, the music industry and professional sports. But Americans weren’t too sure about its actual level of civility, either, and rated it pretty low on the scale. So what gives? Is Twitter still such a big mystery to so many uninitiated?
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What If Twitter Was Private By Default?

Twitter is a more open network than LinkedIn, Facebook, and most other social networks out there. New users are encouraged to start tweeting with the world (potentially) listening. But what if Twitter was closed – not open – by default?
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The “Twitterbrain” Is Just Like The Human Brain… And Retweets Are Synapses?

A University of Cambridge professor recently stunned his audience by showing how Twitter is just like the human brain. Performing a live Twitter experiment, he was able to show how the interconnectivity of hashtags in tweets was just like the human brain network.
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