Posts Tagged ‘Website’
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Twitter owes a big part of its growth to its developer community. Without third-party tools like Twitter-acquired TweetDeck and Tweetie for Mac or independent products like HootSuite and Bit.ly, Twitter would be much more bare-bones than it is today.
A movie theater chain is in hot water after an incident with an uncensored Twitter feed on their website.
This is a perfect case study for businesses considering integrating Twitter into their websites, complete with a big flashing “Warning” sign.
Twitter is a fantastic place to host a contest. You have a direct line to your customers and fans, you can easily set a time limit, and you can even use a hashtag to track it easily. However, there are some things you’ve got to consider when setting up your Twitter contest, or else the scammers, hackers, and otherwise deceptive people will start coming out of the woodwork and ruin all your best intentions.
If your website goes down, you’d better jump on Twitter. At least, that’s the lesson of a recent study prepared by Microsoft Learning and Psychster Inc.