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Did you know that the very first tweet was sent on Twitter on March 21st, 2006, but that the platform didn’t fully open its doors to the public until almost four months later, on July 15th?
If you want to succeed on Twitter, you need to have a strategy.
While there are no hard and fast rules to success, there are a wealth of best practices, good habits and not-so-common sense guidelines that will significantly improve your Twitter efforts.
Did you know that tweets with hashtags receive twice as much engagement as those without?
So you’re just getting started on Twitter. What’s the best way to get new followers?
If you’re a regular reader of AllTwitter (thank you!) you probably know that Twitter has 271 million monthly active users.
Not bad. But, impressive as that number is, it’s only about one-fifth of the size of its great rival, Facebook, which boasts an eye-popping 1,371 million users.
Twitter now boasts more than 271 million active users and presents a huge opportunity for brands. However, to deliver a return on the platform they need to quickly establish Twitter as both a critical touchpoint and a valuable channel for prospects and customers to connect with and keep connecting.
Which means they need to generate engagement. So what works, and what doesn’t?
Twitter has been cited as a top 10 business by millennials, with one in five using the social network to follow their favourite brands.
Did you know that 347,222 tweets are sent each and every minute on Twitter?
What if I told you that in just 60 seconds, 108 new accounts are created, 1,458,333 Twitter search engine queries are performed, 4,398 unique site visits are generated, $1,744 is earned in advertising revenue and 700 video links are shared?
Twitter has revolutionised the way that brands and businesses target, engage and liaise with customers in almost every industry and region around the world, and Latin America is no exception.
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