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You Can Now Share Tweets in Direct Messages on #Twitter

You Can Now Share Tweets in Direct Messages on #Twitter

Twitter’s direct message system has always been pretty basic, but lately the company has been quite vocal about how they plan to improve the platform. Earlier this week Twitter reactivated the facility to send links in direct messages, and as of yesterday you can now share tweets via direct messages for the first time, too.

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Users Share Content on #Facebook and #Twitter for Different Reasons

Users Share Content on Facebook and Twitter for Different Reasons

Why do you share on Twitter?

If you’re like 79 percent of Canadian respondents to a recent poll, it’s to endorse content. Conversely, just 32 percent of those surveyed use Facebook to endorse content, which is just one of the different ways people use both platforms.

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Social Sharing And The Impending Sharepocalypse [INFOGRAPHIC]

Sharing content and data on platforms such as Twitter and Facebook has become entirely commonplace and second-nature to many of us – it’s something that is done every second of every day by millions and millions of people, and there’s no signs that this thirst for information, both in the giving and receiving, is drying up.

This infographic from Summify looks at social sharing today.

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Want To Know Exactly Who’s Sharing Your Content On Twitter? The Quickest Way To Find Out

If you update a blog or any kind of website that publishes new content on a regular basis, adding the official Twitter button to your articles is a great way to let people easily share your stuff.

Even better, the button keeps a numerical tally of all the times that your item has been shared, which provides a fantastic indication of how well your work has been received, as well as an always-welcome massage for the ego.

But what if you want to know exactly who has been tweeting your stuff – how do you do that? Easy: just click on the number.

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Two-Thirds Of The Top 100 Blogs Use A Twitter Share Button (58% Use Facebook, Just 6% For Google Buzz)

An interesting report from Royal Pingdom that analyses the usage of ‘share buttons’ across the top 100 blogs as ranked by Technorati.

Two-Thirds Of The Top 100 Blogs Use A Twitter Share Button (58% Use Facebook, Just 6% For Google Buzz)

Almost all of the Twitter buttons are Tweetmeme, of course – a variation on the same one I use at Twittercism, which is located on the top right-hand corner on this article.

(Go ahead – click it now to see how it works.)

As the article states, it’s perhaps a little premature to be overly critical of the lack of Google Buzz share buttons amongst the top blogs, but I’m guessing that six per cent is actually pretty generous when held up against all bloggers. I’d be surprised if it’s even a tenth of that.

Conversely, you see the Tweetmeme button everywhere. And rightly so – it’s a great product that connects your blog’s readers directly to the best network for sharing news and information.

Read the full report here.