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23 (Rather Marvellous) Twitter Best Practices [INFOGRAPHIC]

23 (Rather Marvellous) Twitter Best Practices [INFOGRAPHIC]

Twitter comes with a pretty steep learning curve. When you’re just getting started and trying to figure everything out it can get really overwhelming, really quickly.

For example, who should you follow? How do you get people to follow you? Which are the best days and times to tweet? What’s the height and width of your cover photo? What are Twitter Trends? Where should you place links? How many times a day is okay to promote yourself? And what in blue blazes is a hashtag?

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How To Get More Twitter Followers [VIDEO]

How To Get More Twitter Followers [VIDEO]

Want more Twitter followers?

Sure you do. Anyone who says otherwise is probably not being entirely honest with themselves (and others). Because while your follower number, in and of itself, is a bit of a hollow metric, having a very low number of followers on Twitter – certainly if you’re a brand – is a pretty clear indication that your social media strategy is not working.

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How To Use Twitter For Your Small Business [INFOGRAPHIC]

How To Use Twitter For Your Business [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that 74 percent of small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) say that they get a positive return on the time that they invest in Twitter?

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Brands On Twitter Are Still Slow To Respond To Customers (But They Are Getting Better) [STUDY]

Brands On Twitter Are Still Slow To Respond To Customers (But They Are Getting Better) [STUDY]

Historically, brands using Twitter for support have been notoriously slow in responding to enquiries from customers. Largely this is a question of scale – for the top brands, the sheer volume of tweets they receive day-in, day-out can be overwhelming, but the very public nature of Twitter means that those occasions where customer messages are given short shrift or ignored entirely can be easily observed by others, including competitors.

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The Dr Seuss Guide To Twitter [INFOGRAPHIC]

The Dr Seuss Guide To Twitter [INFOGRAPHIC]

One Tweet, Two Tweets, Old Tweets, New Tweets,
Short Tweets, Long Tweets, Right Tweets, Wrong Tweets;
Tweets about content, content about Tweets.
How do you get retweets when all your Tweets seem like repeats?

How indeed?

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15 Reasons Why You’ve Just Been Unfollowed On Twitter [INFOGRAPHIC]

15 Reasons Why You've Just Been Unfollowed On Twitter [INFOGRAPHIC]

So you just got unfollowed on Twitter, huh?

That’s too bad.

Now, here’s the big question: why?

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Just Half Of UK Digital Retailers Respond To Questions On Twitter [STUDY]

Just Half Of UK Digital Retailers Respond To Questions On Twitter [STUDY]

Slightly more than half of UK digital retailers responded to questions sent to them on Twitter in 2013, reveals a new study by MICROS taken in January of this year.

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The Twitter Marketing Cheat Sheet [INFOGRAPHIC]

The Twitter Marketing Cheat Sheet [INFOGRAPHIC]

Twitter comes with a pretty steep learning curve.

Certainly, when you first join the network it can quickly get overwhelming. The strange jargon. The weird character limit. The fact that it all moves so fast. For a brand looking to use Twitter to maximise exposure to their business, raise awareness of products and services, and drive sales, it can all be a little too much.

Where do you even begin?

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6 Tips For Shorter Tweets [INFOGRAPHIC]

6 Tips For Shorter Tweets [INFOGRAPHIC]

Twitter has few absolute rules but one of them is hard and fast: everybody is restricted to a limit of 140 characters per tweet.

This takes some getting used to at first, but once you become a regular user Twitter’s character limit will actually make you a better, more efficient writer.

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Why All Businesses Must Use Twitter For Monitoring [INFOGRAPHIC]

Why All Businesses Must Use Twitter For Monitoring [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that a recent study showed that 81 percent of businesses think that social media can harm a company’s reputation if not used properly?

Twitter has numerous perks and benefits for brands, but one of its most underused features is as a monitoring tool. Twitter’s powerful search functionality and of-the-moment feedback is an incredibly efficient (and cost-effective) way for businesses to track sentiment and awareness of not only their own products and services, but those of competitor brands, too.

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