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10 Tips For Building A Community On Twitter

10 Tips For Building A Community On Twitter

If a tweet is sent and no one is around to read it, does it make an impact? This isn’t a philosophical question: the answer is resoundingly “no.”

If you’re not part of a community on Twitter, you’re likely not seeing any real engagement with your content. Here are ten tips for building a community that will add value to your Twitter experience.

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Instantly Visualize Your Twitter Community With Bluenod

Bluenod, from the Paris-based startup of the same name, is a web-based app that allows you to instantly see your Twitter interactions on an interactive map so you can quickly find interesting people and more effectively manage your Twitter community.

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You Are What You Tweet: The Science Behind Twitter “Tribes” [STUDY]

In a new study published in EPJ Data Science, scientists from Royal Holloway University in collaboration with Princeton University delved inside the formation of tribe-like communities on Twitter.

The team found that language is an extremely reliable indicator of what communities users belong to, and vice versa – language used in tweets is an accurate indicator of what users might belong to that Twitter community.

Let’s take a closer look.

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Join The Twittercism Community With Facebook Connect

Facebook has really simplified how bloggers can add Facebook Connect to their websites and I’ve taken the liberty of doing this for Twittercism.

If you look on the right sidebar you’ll see a Connect With Facebook button in the Connect With Me! pane. Click on that, log on to Facebook, and you’re now connected to the Twittercism community.

All of these connections are important to me, and hopefully you can use this feature to meet other cool people, too.

Don’t forget you can also become a fan of Twittercism on Facebook, too. :)