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Posts Tagged ‘twitter study’
Heavy Twitter use can have a negative impact on both your marriage and sex life, says a new 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.
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?
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?
A new study has revealed that the BBC is both a leader in global breaking news and the most retweeted news source on Twitter.
A new study suggests that young people aren’t as susceptible to believing everything they see on Twitter as you might think.