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Why Photo And Video Shares Rule Social Media [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that more than one third of all links shared on Twitter are images?

Indeed, throughout social media sharing photographs and other visual content is the number one way to engage with fans and followers. On Facebook, photos generate twice as many Likes as text updates, and videos are shared twelve times more than links and text posts.

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Twitter Users Shared 58.4 Million Photos In December [STATS]

With the news that Twitter would begin hosting its own photos, it’s no surprise that photo sharing really took off last year – but just how much might surprise you.

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Goodbye TwitPic, Yfrog? Twitter Becomes #1 Photo Hosting Service

Twitter announced that it would offer an official image hosting and uploading service in August of this year, and it looks like it’s taken a chunk of out the third-parties that used to be the leaders in the space since then.

Twitter has become the number one photo sharing service on the network, with 36.1 percent of all shares coming from its official service.
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Twitter Gives Developers Access To Its Image Uploader API

Less than a week after it rolled out its official image sharing service to all users, Twitter has opened up its media uploader API to developers. And many are speculating that this is the biggest nail in the coffin of current Twitter image uploader services Twitpic and Yfrog yet.

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TwitPic Founder Launches Twitter Clone

It can’t be coincidental timing. Less than 24 hours after Twitter rolled out its official photo sharing service to all users – something which will seriously compete with a service like TwitPic, a third-party application that does the same thing as the now-official version – TwitPic co-founder Noah Everett announces his new project. And it looks suspiciously like a Twitter clone – with almost nothing to differentiate it.
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Twitter’s Photo Sharing Service Is Now Available To Everyone

Although it was officially launched in June, Twitter’s photo-sharing service – called Twitter Images – hasn’t been available to all users. Until today.

As the company likes to do, Twitter rolled out this new feature slowly, bringing photo sharing and uploading to users in batches. But today, according to reports from TechCrunch, all users can upload and share their photos right from Twitter.com.
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7 Tips Everyone Should Know About Using Photos As A Twitter Marketing Tool

As a small or medium business, you’ve got to incorporate Twitter into your social media strategy. But there’s plenty more to Twitter than just tweeting out press releases.

In the wake of the announcement that Twitter will launch its own photo sharing service, now’s a great time to review your Twitter photo sharing strategy, and learn the tips and tricks that will help you tweet multimedia with confidence.
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Twitter Launches Photo Sharing Service, New Search

As was rumored, Twitter unveiled its new photo sharing service today at the All Things D conference. And as the surprise icing on the cake, CEO Dick Costolo also announced a totally revamped Twitter search.
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