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Instagram Shrugs Off Twitter Snub And Finds Feature Work-Around

Remember we told you about Twitter cutting off Instagram’s access to its API, destroying Instagram’s “find friends on Twitter” feature?

Well, the crafty little picture powerhouse that could appears to have found a work-around. At least in part.

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Social Sharing Tips For B2B And B2C [INFOGRAPHIC]

It’s not enough to write great content on Twitter – you’ve got to tweet it at the right time and to the right people.

This infographic explores what works when it comes to B2B and B2C companies using Twitter and LinkedIn to share their stuff.
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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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Twitter Accounts For 11% Of Click-Throughs On Shared Content

When it comes to content that’s shared around the web, Twitter is among the major forces driving click-throughs. While it doesn’t quite compare to Facebook, Twitter does send just about the same percentage of click-throughs on shared content as email does – and email has decades on Twitter.
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Do you Share on Twitter Because You’re Afraid of Missing Out? #Socialize

The real-time web has created new forms of communication, not the least of which is the lightening fast cycling of news stories, trends and topics on Twitter. For us Twitter addicts, logging off at 11pm often means you’re reluctantly missing out on dozens of new trending topics and shared links. Matt LeMay of bit.ly thinks that it’s this fear of missing out (which he dubs FOMO) that drives us to share and engage with content.
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