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Posts Tagged ‘Questions’

How to Ask Questions on Twitter… And Get Answers

If you’ve been on Twitter for any length of time, you’ll know that simply sharing links isn’t enough to really engage your followers. You’ve got to be interesting, stand out from the crowd, and make them want to listen to you. And one of the best ways to start is by asking questions.
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US State Department To Answer Twitter Questions Every Friday

As part of its initiative to harness more digital technology for diplomacy, the US State Department will be taking questions via Twitter in 10 different languages, and answering them during a press briefing every Friday for the month of January.
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5 Ways to use Twitter for Customer Feedback

If you’ve struggled to sell Twitter as a way to increase conversions and sales, you’re not alone. And in fact, this isn’t Twitter’s strongest suit: instead, Twitter offers businesses the subtle ability to engage your customers and really draw out their opinions of you, your brand and your products or services so you can become more nimble and meet their needs. Here are 5 ways to use Twitter for customer feedback.
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Who Gets Asked The Most Questions On Twitter? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Twitter is a curious place. I’m not sure what came first, the questions from fans or the famous faces to answer them, but Twitter is the perfect venue for some high profile Q&A.

Among the rich and famous on Twitter, who is charged with answering the most questions? The folks at Inboxq set out to get their answers, and the number one most-asked Tweeter might surprise you.
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The White House Twitter “Office Hours” Brings In 3,100 New Followers Per Day Since Launching [STATS]

It looks like holding office hours are good for both teacher and student. The White House has been hosting daily office hour on Twitter, where a senior staff member answers questions 140 characters at a time for about an hour, for a week now, and they’ve seen some massive success: nearly 22,000 people have started following them since they began.
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7 Interesting Things You Can Tweet Beside Links

It’s good Twitter strategy to mix things up, but sometimes it’s hard to come up with anything unique to tweet. So most of us default to sharing links to articles we’ve read, along with the headline, and forget about it.

However, this can quickly lead to a mundane, non-engaging Twitter presence if it’s all you do. To combat link boredom, here are seven interesting things you can tweet to your followers that aren’t links to other people’s content.
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White House To Hold Regular Twitter “Office Hours” With Senior Staff

The White House has begun holding “Office Hours” with its senior staff on Twitter, answering the public’s questions daily in 140 characters or less.
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#AskObama Town Hall Wrap-Up: 119K Questions, 26K Participants, 19 Answers [INFOGRAPHIC]

Obama took to Twitter on Wednesday to answer Americans’ questions about jobs and the economy, in what was the first-ever White House Twitter Town Hall. Now that it’s over, how did Obama do in answering the questions most important to the nation?

Twitter dashboard providers Twitsprout has put together a slick infographic that digs deep into the questions asked, the answers given, and just how effective this Twitter Town Hall really was.
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If You Don’t Want To Google It, Try Asking Twitter Instead [INFOGRAPHIC]

We all turn to Google for answers to our everyday questions. But if the top ten SEO-ed results just aren’t doing their job, why not try asking Twitter instead?

Twitter’s #lazyweb hashtag has been floating around the network for years, working as a way to get your question out there to a broader Twitter audience than just your immediate followers. Although it has been on the decline in recent years, #lazyweb might just see a resurgence if the below infographic takes off.
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3 Simple Ways You Can Listen To What Your Customers Are Tweeting

With 2,000 tweets per second and 18,000 search queries per second, it looks like Twitter is being used more as a listening tool than a broadcasting tool. And if you’re not using Twitter to listen, you’re missing out on some valuable, low-cost, real-time data about your customers. Here are three simple ways you can start amping up your Twitter listening activities to really get a good sense of what your customers are tweeting.

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