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Facebook, Twitter Engage Young People in Politics [STUDY]

Facebook, Twitter Engage Young People in Politics [STUDY]

Being active on social media sites can lead to greater political participation, reveals a new study.

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90% of Companies in the FTSE 100 are on Twitter [STUDY]

90% of Companies in the FTSE 100 are on Twitter [STUDY]

90 of the companies in the UK’s FTSE 100 share index have a presence on Twitter, sending out more than 1.4 million tweets collectively over the past year.

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The X Factor is the UK’s Most Tweeted TV Show [STUDY]

The X Factor is the UK's Most Tweeted TV Show [STUDY]

The X Factor is the most tweeted-about television series in the United Kingdom, generating almost twice as many tweets over a 12 month period as the runner-up, reveals new data.

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Apple Still the Coolest Brand, Says Study (While Twitter Falls Out of Top 20)

Apple Still the Coolest Brand, Says Study (While Twitter Falls out of Top 20)

Apple has been rated the coolest brand in Britain for the third straight year, reveals a new survey.

Meanwhile, Twitter has fallen out of the top 20 for the first time since making its debut in 2011.

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Live-Tweeting Significantly Boosts Follower Growth for TV Shows

Live-Tweeting Significantly Boosts Follower Growth for TV Shows

Twitter has a special relationship with television but it’s not one that’s always as clear as the social network would perhaps lead us to believe. In their study last year Nielsen appeared to express mixed feelings about Twitter’s impact on TV ratings (and vice versa), and one NBC executive was quite adamant that Twitter did not increase TV viewers.

However, one area where Twitter has seen results for television shows is when participants in that show – stars, hosts, contestants and the show’s Twitter handles – live-tweet during programming.

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The Best (And Worst) Airlines According To Twitter [STUDY]

The Best (And Worst) Airlines According To Twitter [STUDY]

Have you ever tweeted about a good or bad experience with a major airline?

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The U.S. Accounts for 41.5% of all Mentions on Twitter (UK: 9.7%, France: 5.4%) [INFOGRAPHIC]

The U.S. Accounts for 41.5% of all Mentions on Twitter (UK: 9.7%, France: 5.4%) [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that more than two in five of all mentions on Twitter – all those @replies and @username tags we each do many times each day – take place in the United States?

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75% of Twitter Users Purchase Products Online Each Month [STUDY]

75% of Twitter Users Purchase Products Online Each Month [STUDY]

Yesterday Twitter announced its entrance into the e-commerce business with its new ‘buy’ button, which allows users to make purchases directly through Twitter via a single click.

Twitter’s timing couldn’t have been any better, as a new study has revealed that three in four Twitter users have bought a product online in the past month, which is above average for all internet users.

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27,000 Pro-Islamic State Accounts Launched on Twitter Since James Foley Was Murdered

27,000 Pro-Islamic State Accounts Launched on Twitter Since James Foley Was Murdered

A investigation by Sky News has found that tens of thousands of new Twitter accounts that are sympathetic towards the Islamic State have been launched on the social network since journalist James Foley was murdered.

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83% of Fortune 500 Companies Have Active Twitter Profiles [STUDY]

83% of Fortune 500 Companies Have Active Twitter Profiles [STUDY]

Twitter has always been popular amongst America’s largest corporations, and a new study has revealed that 83 percent of the Fortune 500 are now active on the platform, an increase of 6 percent from last year.

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