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8 Tweets That Generate Engagement [INFOGRAPHIC]

8 Tweets That Generate Engagement [INFOGRAPHIC]

How to you get more engagement on Twitter?

Start by sharing better content – make sure you credit the author and use an appropriate hashtag. Offer help or solutions to problems, and ask questions of your followers.

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6 Ways To Engage And Maintain A Loyal Twitter Following

6 Ways To Engage And Maintain A Loyal Twitter Following

As a small brand using Twitter to raise awareness of your products and services, how do you engage customers and maintain a loyal, engaged following?

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Is Twitter Engagement Recovering Or Continuing To Slide? [CHART]

Is Twitter Engagement Recovering Or Continuing To Slide? [CHART]

It’s the week of Twitter’s Q1 2014 earnings call and we’ve seen Twitter’s stock take another dip as it approaches its all-time low. We’ve analyzed how Twitter’s results weren’t quite as ominous as they could have been but couldn’t quite please the street. However, there is another detail to consider.

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7 Effective Ways To Engage On Twitter [INFOGRAPHIC]

7 Effective Ways To Engage On Twitter [INFOGRAPHIC]

So you want more engagement on Twitter?

Well, first you need to engage. Start by promoting the content of others. Try to be the first to break the news, and be sure to infuse personality into your profile. Ask for retweets (seems crass, but it works), making sure you leave enough space for others to comment.

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How To Increase Twitter Engagement By 324% [INFOGRAPHIC]

How To Increase Twitter Engagement By 324% [INFOGRAPHIC]

Want to increase your engagement rates on Twitter?

How does a 324 percent boost sound? Not bad, huh. Sounds impossible though, right? Actually, when you break it down, raising your engagement rates on Twitter is actually pretty straightforward.

Here’s what you need to do.

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5 Quick Tips To Boost Engagement On Twitter

5 Quick Tips To Boost Engagement On Twitter

Location, location, location. These are the all-important 3 L’s of real estate marketing. But on Twitter, it’s all about the 3 E’s.

Engagement, engagement, engagement.

Without engagement, your tweets are just out there, in the wilderness, naked and alone. You need a reaction from your audience. And it needs to be actual, valuable engagement – engagement for engagement’s sake is not much better than no engagement at all. Anybody can generate a strong reaction to something as trite as “Share this if you love your grandma!”, but what is it actually going to do for your brand?

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Jay Mohr’s Golden Rule of Twitter: Never Respond to Negativity

Jay Mohr, host of the eponymous show on Fox Sports Radio, is closing in on 250,000 followers for @jaymohr37. Besides having such a large following, his listeners on social media are engaged and find ways to creatively mention his sponsors in their tweets. In the latest installment of Mediabistro’s So What Do You Do? Mohr shared why people shouldn’t live in fear of Twitter.

“I would say the golden rule of Twitter is you cannot ever respond to somebody saying something negative to you,” he said. “It took me a good three years to learn that, and, even still, I’ll start to type something and be a sentence or two in before I realize, ‘What am I doing? Why am I answering this person?’ I’ve blocked about 3,000 people. I’ve made Twitter this ivory tower of Babel where people only say nice things about me.”

Read the full interview in So What Do You Do, Jay Mohr, Comedian and Fox Sports Radio Host?

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Drive Over-The-Top Twitter Engagement With Offerpop [VIDEO]

Want to launch a viral Twitter campaign in minutes? Who wouldn’t, right?

But it isn’t that easy. And we bet you often feel frustrated or just aggravated that you can’t effectively track your efforts.

If any of those statements ring true to you, you’ll want to check out Offerpop. They’ve figured out a way to organize social data across platforms – not only that, they’ve made it easily (and eerily) actionable.

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Maximize Your Marketing Efforts With This Twitter Cheat Sheet [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that Twitter engagement rates for brands are 17 percent higher on weekends, tweets that include images have engagement rates twice that of those that do not and tweets that use more than two hashtags actually see a significant drop in engagement?

Twitter has a pretty steep learning curve. When you’re new, especially if you’re a brand looking to use the social micro-blogging platform to raise awareness of your business, products and services, it can quickly get overwhelming. And, despite your best intentions, it’s very easy to make some pretty costly mistakes that can actually have a negative impact on your results.

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STUDY: Brand Engagement On Instagram Has Grown 35% Since Twitter Split [INFOGRAPHIC]

Twitter and Instagram parted company in December, when the latter decided to turn off all support for Twitter Cards, which previously allowed Instagram images to show up within Twitter. Now, you have to click on a link to see that same image, which will open (on Instagram) in a separate tab within your browser.

Yep: so awkward.

While this is arguably the premier example of a first world problem, it has had a significant impact on engagement levels within Twitter. Previously, Instagram was driving traffic to Twitter via its photo content. Now, and as a direct result of this relatively subtle change, Twitter is driving traffic to Instagram, which could mean a rethink on the social media strategy for many photo-sharing brands.

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