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Posts Tagged ‘Followers’

How To Celebrate One Million Followers: Give Them A Private Movie Screening

Social media marketers, listen up: Milla Jovovich has a lesson for you.
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No One’s Listening To Your Tweets? Start Putting Your Twitter Handle Everywhere

If 140-characters get sent on Twitter and there’s no followers to see them, were they really sent at all?

Deep, isn’t it? OK, it might not be the most elegant philosophical thought experiment there is, but it does raise the question of whether or not your tweets are being heard.

If you have only a handful of followers who barely interact with your tweets, you’re not getting much out of Twitter. Here’s how to fix that.
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This App Tells You How Many Of Your Followers Are Fake

Think you might be followed by some not-so-legit Twitter accounts? There’s a new app that will tell you how many of your followers are fakes – or bots – and how many are living, breathing people eagerly awaiting your next pearls of wisdom.
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Which Olympic Athletes Take The Gold On Twitter? [STUDY]

The Olympics has done more than just send some budding athletes into new sports super-stardom – it’s actually made some of them Twitter celebrities! OK, while it might not be as impressive to win a few hundred Twitter followers as it is to win a gold medal, it’s still interesting to see just how much social exposure the Games gives to its athletes.
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The Underground Twitter Economy: Buying And Selling Followers [INFOGRAPHIC]

There is a whole seedy underbelly to Twitter that I bet you know nothing about. It’s the shadowy Twitter follower black market: shifty websites and Twitter accounts offering thousands of followers or retweets for just a few dollars a pop.

And here’s another thing you may or may not know: one of the presidential candidates’ Twitter accounts might be a part of this underground Twitter economy.
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How To Schedule Retweets So You Don’t Annoy Your Followers

So you’re following a bunch of great, insightful people and you’ve just spotted four of their tweets you’d like to retweet to your own followers. You happily click “retweet” four times, fully expecting your followers to continue the retweet chain, and maybe even thank you for sharing such great links and insight.

But alas, such is not the case. You click away from Twitter for a few minutes, and when you click back, not only do you not have any replies or retweets, but you’ve actually lost nine followers!

Retweeting too close together is a problem on Twitter, and one that can quickly annoy your followers. Here’s how to share the tweets you love, without bombarding your followers with a wall of retweets.
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How to Keep your Twitter Account Active – Even When You’re on Vacation

As the warmer weather beckons, Twitter seems less and less important next to a good tan. But don’t let sandy beaches distract you from maintaining an active Twitter account! You can enjoy fun in the sun while your Twitter account happily tweets away – without you guiding it.
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5 Types Of Phrases To Avoid In Your Twitter Bio

Filling out your Twitter bio isn’t as easy as it sounds. For many people, describing themselves can be even harder than public speaking.

Your Twitter bio is an important part of how you identify yourself, though, so you’ve got to give it a little thought if you want to attract the right followers and connect with the right accounts. Here are five types of phrases you should avoid in your bio if you want to leave a good impression.
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Lady Gaga’s Massive Social Influence [INFOGRAPHIC]

Lady Gaga is the darling of the social media world. No one has more followers on Twitter than the Mother Monster, and she’s got plenty of influence to boot.

This infographic takes a look at Gaga’s unsurpassed social influence – and some of the numbers are positively staggering.
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3 Essential Things To Do Right After Signing Up For Twitter

It’s easy to sign up for Twitter. Right there on the homepage, you’ll notice the signup box: just enter your full name, email, and password and you’re on your way.

But what happens after you click the confirmation number in that email, and you’re treading into the open waters of hundreds of millions of other accounts, billions of tweets a week, and those weird little hashtags you’ve seen from time to time?

Here are three essential things you need to do right after you sign up for Twitter, to get the most out of our favorite 140-character network.
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