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Twitter Is Used To Share Good News, Phones Used To Share Bad [STUDY]

Twitter Is Used To Share Good News, Phones Used To Share Bad [STUDY]

When you get good news, do you quickly take to Twitter to share it with your followers? If you do, you’re not alone: a new study shows that Twitter is used more for good news, while phones are the technology of choice for sharing bad news.

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Millionaires Love Facebook, Ignore Twitter

Millionaires Love Facebook, Ignore Twitter

Millionaires are all about social media – but they much prefer Facebook to Twitter.

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46% of Journalists Open to Using Twitter for Press Releases [STUDY]

46% of Journalists Open to Using Twitter for Press Releases [STUDY]

Journalists get a lot of email, and a ton of that is made up of press releases.

How much? A new survey has revealed that the average reporter’s inbox picks up 50 press releases each week, with one in five being sent more than 100 missives every seven days.

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5 Surprising Stats You Need To Know To Improve Your Twitter Strategy [INFOGRAPHIC]

5 Surprising Stats You Need To Know To Improve Your Twitter Strategy [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that the average brand on Twitter receives 39 mentions each day?

Less than 10 percent of tweets mentioning a company – which could be your company – start with @username. Which means that more than 90 percent of people are talking about you, rather than at you.

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Vice Capitals: Revealing America’s Sin Cities (Via Twitter) [INFOGRAPHIC]

Vice Capitals: Revealing America's Sin Cities (Via Twitter) [INFOGRAPHIC]

Back in March we looked at data that tracked tweets openly talking about alcohol, as well as weed, LSD, cocaine and methamphetamine, across Twitter. The numbers were pretty insane.

Taking this a step further, DrugAbuse.com have analyzed 451,484 vice-related tweets across the U.S. to identify the “vice capitals” of America and, surprise, surprise, it’s Las Vegas that leads the way.

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Facebook Outperforms Twitter, Google+ For Social Brand Interactions [STUDY]

Facebook Outperforms Twitter, Google+ For Social Brand Interactions [STUDY]

Have you Liked a brand’s Facebook Page in the last four weeks? Or shared one of their photos with your friends?

Now, how recently have you done this on Twitter?

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Too Much Twitter Can Be Bad For Your Marriage, Sex Life, Says Research [STUDY]

Too Much Twitter Can Be Bad For Your Marriage, Sex Life, Says Study

Heavy Twitter use can have a negative impact on both your marriage and sex life, says a new study.

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‘Game Of Thrones’, ‘Breaking Bad’ Most Likely To Be Ruined By Twitter Spoilers, Says Poll [STUDY]

Game Of Thrones, Breaking Bad Most Likely To Be Ruined By Twitter Spoilers, Says Poll [STUDY]

Has Twitter ever spoiled a favourite television show for you by leaking a huge plot twist?

And was that show, by chance, Game Of Thrones? Or Breaking Bad?

If so, you’re not alone, as a new study has revealed the 10 shows most likely to be “ruined” by a spoiler shared on Twitter or Facebook amongst fans in the United Kingdom.

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Police Using Twitter: Helpful Or Hurtful? [STUDY]

Police Using Twitter: Helpful Or Hurtful? [STUDY]

Social media is becoming a popular tool among law enforcement, and Twitter seems to be the weapon of choice. But is all of this tweeting good or bad for keeping the peace?

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How SMBs Can Take Off With Twitter [INFOGRAPHIC]

How SMBs Can Take Off With Twitter [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that 60 percent of users have purchased from a small to medium-sized business (SMB) because of something they’ve seen on Twitter?

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