I seem to find myself digging for great Twitter analogies when faced with the paradox of explaining Twitter to a friend. You would think that something so simple would be easy to explain, yet somehow people are still dumbfounded by its purpose.
Sometimes you have to go beyond your normal limits and explore unknown social media territory.
Retweeting has become a great way to find quality information through Twitter. New, more advanced, Twitter monitoring tools have made it easier to drown out a lot of the noise and focus on the quality posts being shared. It’s not fool proof as popularity and quality battle for the number one spots. You’ll almost always […]
Funny how everyone is all up in arms about Twitter’s most recent changes. Small Settings Update
ReTweeting is the act of re-posting someones tweet on Twitter by copying their message and adding the prefix “RT @username“. The idea is that you are passing on a tweet or a link that you like and think your followers would also enjoy. It’s also a great way of letting someone know you liked what […]
Once a year, Twitter lets loose, with fictitious news stories devouring the social media space. What’s worse is that April Fools day is no longer limited to it’s normal 24 hour time span. Instead, it lasts for a 48 hour Social Media day. Remember, it’s April 1st somewhere.
TweetSuite TweetSuite is an excellent plugin developed by ‘social & viral marketing scientist’ Dan Zarrella. It started off as a plugin that returned all ReTweets of a post and has turned into a complete Twitter/Wordpress solution.
I talked a little about my Twitter following strategy back in a previous post but I wanted to expand a bit.
Looking around the Twittersphere these days begs the question “How much of people’s daily Twittering is done by Robots”?