Posts Tagged ‘smartphones’
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Digital detoxes are the yoga retreats of 2013, with high-profile technology writers logging off and unplugging, then returning to the Internet to chronicle their experiences.
But many of us can’t afford to cut ties with our tech, and so suffer the mental and physical consequences of gadget overuse. 1 out of 10 people claim they’re awakened a few times week by phone calls, texts, or emails; and excessive use of social media can affect self esteem and communications skills.
Twitter was born of the mobile phone. Back when Jack & co. were developing what was then known as “Twttr”, they thought long and hard about how to make the product work best on our phones.
A lot’s change in the digital world since 2006, including “Twttr” being reborn as Twitter and revolutionizing how we communicate. We’ve also witnessed the smartphone boom and the introduction of the tablet – so mobile is more important now than ever before. All this change only emphasizes how important it is for businesses and individuals to understand how their tweets and profiles are being viewed on mobile devices.
If you’ve never really thought about how your tweets look on your customers’ phones, no fear: we’ve got you covered. Here are 5 ways that you can optimize your profile, your tweets, and your whole Twitter presence for mobile.
Maybe it’s because they’re managing all of their many assets using the latest apps, or they’re too busy booking first-class tickets to their next sun-soaked vacation, but wealthy smartphone users seem to simply have no time to string together 140 characters and hit “tweet”.