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Where do you get your news? If you answered the BBC, you’re not alone – a new study shows that content from the BBC was shared over 4.2 million times by Twitter users in the UK.
Did you know your Twitter behavior falls into one of six categories, depending on how you tweet?
A new study from the Pew Research Centre and the Social Media Research Foundation suggests that conversations on Twitter take distinct shape depending on how people reply to and interact with one another – and that most conversations can be categorized into one of six types.
Do you swear a lot on Twitter? Or even occasionally?
You’re far from alone. A new study has revealed that one in 13 tweets contains at least one curse word, with swearing reaching its peak on Twitter right before we head off to bed.
Twitter offers fantastic insight into what’s happening right now, but can it also be used as a crystal ball to see into the future? That’s the question a recent study may have some answers to.