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Posts Tagged ‘Red Cross’

Every #Tweet4Good Helps The Red Cross Earn $20k In Twitter Ads

Lots of placing are donating dollars for tweets this season, including Twitter.

This one is a little different though, as it’s Twitter donating Twitter money (Twollars? Twoin?) – but it’s still supporting a good cause and helping the world and stuff.

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Avoid Embarrassing Mis-Tweets with HootSuite’s New Secure Profile Tools

There has been a spate of Twitter misfires lately, with large organizations tweeting things meant for the personal accounts of their social media managers. In response to all of this embarrassing attention, HootSuite has unveiled its latest feature, Secure Profiles, to help those managing multiple social media accounts avoid a Twitter catastrophe.
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What to do (and what not to do) if you Regret a Tweet

Sure, there’s a delete button on your keyboard. But just like in real-life, you can’t really erase an embarrassing tweet on Twitter. Of course, you can technically do this, but once you hit “Tweet”, it’s out there, and it’s sure hard to get people to un-read it.
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Red Cross Makes Twitter Faux Pas, Recovers Gracefully

The American Red Cross unwittingly provided a fantastic lesson in social media yesterday: watch what you tweet. Of course, this is common knowledge, but just knowing something doesn’t mean you always put it into practice. And while the organization suffered from a little embarrassment, the ultimate lesson this case study teaches is how to recover gracefully.

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