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Planning Events, Watching TV And Chatting About Products – How Do We Use Twitter? [STUDY]

A new study has revealed that Twitter is the fastest-growing social network in the world, adding 40 percent more active users in 2012 to finish ahead of Facebook and the fast-climbing (but still oddly quiet) Google+.

This data comes courtesy of GlobalWebIndex, who have expanded on their findings in an updated post, which also reveals several changes in the way that people are using Twitter.

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5 Common Twitter Myths That Are Hurting Your Efforts

Twitter’s been around for a while, but there are still some nasty myths circulating among even the Twitter elite that could be crippling your success.
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European Ryder Cup Team Granted Permission To Use Twitter, But Told To Be Careful

The 39th Ryder Cup gets underway tomorrow (Friday) at the Medinah Country Club, Illinois, and like almost every major event that takes place in the world today, social media is expected to play its part.

To a point. While European captain José María Olazábal has given permission for his team to use Twitter to provide updates and engage with fans during the competition, he has issued a warning.

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Two Thirds Of Top UK Companies Prefer Twitter, Only One Third Uses Facebook [INFOGRAPHIC]

Twitter’s global reach is likely a defining factor in why the top businesses in the UK prefer Twitter over Facebook. Out of the top 100 most highly capitalized UK companies on the London Stock Exchange (also known as the FTSE 100), 63 choose to use Twitter as part of their social media strategy, while only 33 have a Facebook page.
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