Posts Tagged ‘Twitter Usage’
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Less than one-quarter (24 percent) of the United Kingdom’s fastest-growing technology companies actively used Twitter to engage customers in 2012, reveals a new study.
This number represents a huge decline from the previous year, when more than two-thirds (68 percent) of these firms used Twitter as a social engagement tool.
Twitter is not just for tweeting anymore. With the access to Twitter’s functionality and data through it’s API, researchers and the general public alike have the ability to build their own applications to do just about anything. Take for instance, Martin Robbins, science blogger for the Guardian. He wanted to answer the loaded question… Do women science bloggers tweet differently to men?
Are you in one of the top tweeting states? If you sighed and said “well I’m not in California or New York” and counted yourself out, think again: the top tweeting states compared to the national average will surprise you. Take a look at the map below, and get your state’s Twitter grade now.