If you’re serious about social media, you already know to turn to Twitter to get up-to-the-minute intel directly from a brand.
Twitter’s your first stop in attempting to get an answer to a question about a brand, or settle a customer service issue.
But what about logging screen time with the brand’s mascot, who’s often the personality you subconsciously associate with a brand?
Below, 6 brand mascots to follow on Twitter.
It’s also a time to discover some great writing if you’re of the ‘reader’ variety – and we have a Twitter account to tell you about that will be sharing 30 poets’ work during these 30 days of April.
It’s called 30 Poets/ 30 Days.
Ever wondered what a typical day is like at Twitter Headquarters in San Francisco?
One of the best inroads into the company is the official Twitter Twitter account.
But there are also a handful of Twitter streams that operate out of Twitter HQ and grant a more, let’s say, insider representation of life at Twitter.
This continues our Pay It Forward Friday series.
Have you or someone you know fallen victim to identity theft? It’s one of the fastest growing crimes in the United States.
If you’ve been lucky enough to dodge the identity theft bullet so far, you’ll want to read this so you can prepare for (and hopefully head off) a potential future attack.
And you should also read up on what identity theft IS, because it’s not restricted to financial theft (it’s not funny like this).
Twitter has a few well-known loves. Sports would top the list and is probably tied with celebrities, followed closely behind by politics and ridiculous trending topics. But you might be surprised to learn about Tweeple’s other love – religion (or at least the Pope).
And the Dalai Lama is pretty popular too.
Twitter trolls give the microblogging platform a bad name. And even though more and more are facing consequences for this behavior, it’s little comfort to those dealing with it all the time – and it gives many potential users pause when considering joining the platform.
But here’s a story to make trolls think twice – at least when it comes to taunting boxers.
Now we all just need to learn how to box!
The account, which goes by the Twitter handle @adgpi, has already attracted more than 3,000 followers, with only 7 tweets (all in English).
Army sources told CNN-IBN that the handle has been in the works for some months, and the account will from this point forward be used to feature all official announcements from the Indian Army.
The New York Police Department’s 76th Precinct Captain Jeffrey Schiff had a novel and controversial idea: tweeting pictures of convicted criminals when they were released.
The tweets didn’t last long as he was criticized for the practice by higher-ups.
But guess what? Two of the career criminals whose photos he shared have already reoffended since the December 2012 tweets were sent. Looks like Captain Schiff was on to something.