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What Twitterers Want: News. Twitter can be a lot of things for a lot of different people.

What Twitterers Want: News

However, according to online ad network Chitika, more of them want news than anything else. Chitika released results from a study of its users, looking at what Twitter users want. PR Pros Use Twitter to Reinvigorate Brands, Engage. Fairmont Hotels & Resorts operates luxury properties in countries all over the world, from the U.S. and Canada to Asia the Middle East and Africa.

PR Pros Use Twitter to Reinvigorate Brands, Engage

Aside from traditional promotions, one of the ways it connects with current, past and future guests is via its main Twitter account. Several accounts are also maintained by individual properties. “We push out news and information; we think that’s valuable,” Mike Taylor, Fairmont’s public relations manager, told the Hotel Marketing Strategies blog. Hadopi_twitter_sptk. Twitter - Usage et tendances. 10 People You Won’t See on Twitter Anymore. This week Twitter announced changes to its Terms of Service spelling out that you own your Tweets, and that Twitter can place ads next to your content.

10 People You Won’t See on Twitter Anymore

What's more, Twitter wants to crack down on spammers, bots and other bad behavior. The refreshed Twitter Rules that are a part of the new Terms of Service spell out a number of different reasons why you may find your Twitter account terminated. Everything from inappropriate content and squatting to selling usernames could be cause for you to get the boot. Upon closer look we noticed that Twitter is closing the curtain on at least 10 types of Twitter users we see regularly attempt to game the service.

Spintank » Spincase – Cartographie de la circulation de l’info s. Shanenickerson.com: the 46 stages of Twitter. Il tente de tricher à son exam' avec Twitter... sur 20minutes.fr. Comment les Ministres et les Secrétaires d’Etat utilisent-ils Tw. I'm Engaged! (4 Tales of Accidental Twitter Friends) Posted by Irene Koehler in Business, Networking, Social Media, Tips, Twitter on November 17, 2009 | 16 responses It’s true, I’m engaged.

I'm Engaged! (4 Tales of Accidental Twitter Friends)

No, not that kind of engaged. 123people acquired by PagesJaunes Groupe. [Austria/France] According to investir.fi and various other sources, the world’s leading people search engine 123people, which strives from Austria, has been acquired by the leading french yellow pages company PagesJaunes.

123people acquired by PagesJaunes Groupe

The company was incubated by i5invest and received VC money from Austrian Gamma Capital Partners. Financial terms of the deal have not been disclosed. It’s rather obvious that this acquisition makes a lot of sense for a yellow pages company that makes quite a lot of money from their online properties. People search is a huge market and 123people’s SEO seems also to be a technological asset that’s of interest for Pages Jaunes. 123people is currently seeing 40 million unique visitors per month and operates in 11 countries around the globe.

The Million Follower Fallacy: Audience Size Doesn't Prove Influe. A group of researchers have proven something we already expected to be the case: your Twitter follower count is somewhat of a meaningless metric when it comes to determining influence.

The Million Follower Fallacy: Audience Size Doesn't Prove Influe

To reach this conclusion, the researchers examined the Twitter accounts of over 54 million active users, out of some 80 million accounts crawled by their servers. They then went on to measure various statistics about these accounts, including audience size, retweet influence and mention influence. Twitter Flatlining?