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Posts Tagged ‘twitter study’
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.
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.
Being unfriended on Facebook is like being phased out of a friendship in real life – you rarely know it’s happened until a significant period of time has passed (Facebook, like your real life “friends”, doesn’t inform you when you’ve been let go), and your reaction when finding out is typically a face-saving: “Good riddance.”
Still, sometimes the friendship was meaningful and being rejected on Facebook stings. So, here’s the big question: why?
Anything you tweet can and will be used against you in a court of law. At least, that’s what a new study proposes.
The 2020 Summer Olympic Games will be held in Tokyo and to better prepare for the influx of visitors from all over the world, Japan has began to analyse tweets by foreign tourists during their visits to Japan in an effort to make the country a more attractive destination.