Le taux de clic des liens sur Twitter. Connaissez-vous le « tweetthrough rate« ? Il s’agit du taux de clic moyen sur les liens que tweetent les membres de Twitter. Tijs Vrolix s’est livré à une petite étude afin de calculer ce taux, qui permet de mesurer l’intérêt que portent vos followers à vos messages. Le résultat n’est pas bien brillant ! 48 Twitter Lessons – What I Have Learned In 4 Years And 1,180 Articles About Twitter. Today is my Twitter birthday.
My 4th, actually – I signed up for the network back on March 8, 2008. As I wrote about earlier in the week, I certainly did not take to Twitter immediately. It took me a while to get it – after an initial burst of modest activity, I dropped off the network entirely for six months at the tail-end of 2008. But then, all of a sudden, something clicked. Like magic. Fly Or Die: The New New Twitter. Want To Work At Twitter? Watch Their Hilarious New Recruitment Film [VIDEO] Twitter acquiert Summify, agrégateur d'actualités sur les médias sociaux. Twitter Might Be More Addictive Than Alcohol Or Sex. Sponsored Post In our Social Media 101 boot camp, you'll determine the social media sites that matter most to you, based on personal and professional goals.
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Parody, Commentary, and Fan Accounts Policy. Twitter et les femmes, par auFeminin.com. Newly Verified On Twitter… Uh… Marilyn Monroe. Twitter has always been a little inconsistent in its attitude towards fake accounts – for every account that it suspends, there’s probably half a dozen others that it either ignores (or works with).
Moreover, Twitter seems largely ambivalent to the parody accounts of dead people – Samuel Pepys, George Washington and, uh, Darth Vader, all have a long-established (and devoted following) on the network. But none of these accounts have been officially verified by Twitter – this would be strange, after all, as they’re dead. All of which makes the arrival of a freshly-verified Marilyn Monroe on the network something of a curiosity. The profile, which can be found under the username @marilymonroe, is the real deal, inasmuch as, and according to the account bio, it is “tweeting on behalf of the estate of Marilyn Monroe”, and has quickly racked up thousands of followers. Fair enough, you might think. What about @MichaelJackson? Justin Bieber Vs. Lady Gaga Vs. Katy Perry: Who’s Most Influential On Twitter? [STATS]
They’re the Twitter heavyweights, the tweet elite, the upper echelon of tweeps society.
Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber and Katy Perry are the three most-followed Twitter users of all time, and now they’re about to face off to see who is most influential among their tens of millions of followers. Regardless of whose music you prefer, only one of these Twitter superstars is the best when it comes to influencing their followers. So who is it? To find out, we’ve taken a look at the top 10 retweeted tweets from each account, and the 10 most recent tweets, to see who is getting the most retweets on average. There are other measures of influence, but retweets are clear, easy to measure, and will show who get the most engagement out of their followers. Our numbers come to us from the kind folks at TwitSprout, who have access to raw retweet numbers. Let’s take a look at each of the three superstars’ top tweet in terms of retweets first.
Never be afraid to dream.— Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) June 17, 2011. 10 Twitter Users Now Have More Than 10 Million Followers. Selena Gomez has became the tenth and latest Twitter user to reach 10 million followers, passing the total yesterday.
Gomez joins joins Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber, President Barack Obama, Katy Perry, Kim Kardashian, Britney Spears, Shakira, Rihanna and Taylor Swift as the tenth human, eighth woman and sixth female musical artist to become a member of Twitter’s 10 million club. Gomez took 45 days to accumulate her latest million followers. Le dictionnaire de poche pour comprendre Twitter. Twitter s’est imposé de manière incontestable comme le réseau social de l’information.
Or, pour beaucoup d’entre nous, une barrière subsiste : son jargon, parsemé de néologismes et autres barbarisme lexicaux. Ce vocabulaire peut effrayer les néophytes et créer un frein à son utilisation. Voici une compilation de termes à connaître pour savoir bien utiliser l’outil : Et si chacun de vos followers vous offrait un bonbon ? Il y a un peu de temps, dans une galaxie pas si lointaine, ce blog faisait des dossiers comme celui-ci : 10 utilisations créatives de Twitter. On y découvrait notamment quelques objets connectés dont les actions IRL étaient liées à l’émission d’un tweet… et l’opération dont je vais vous parler aujourd’hui est dans la même veine. Comme nous le précise Adfreak, l’Agence britannique Uniform a développé une machine à l’intérieur de ses locaux. A chaque nouveau follower, la machine libère une boule de gomme qui suit alors un chemin plutôt tortueux que je vous laisse découvrir en vidéo.
Twitter's Censorship Policy: Three Unanswered Questions. In June of 2009, leading up to the 20th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square uprising, the Chinese government blocked access by its citizens to Twitter, Flickr and a number of other US-based websites.
Social media being already widespread throughout the country, perhaps the Chinese government feared the possibility of events like unfolded elsewhere 18 months later, in what became known as the Arab Spring. Two and a half years later, Twitter remains blocked in China, though many people find ways to make use of it none the less. China isn't the only country that's related to Twitter's announcement last week that the social network will now selectively censor messages country-by-country when it receives "a valid and properly scoped request from an authorized entity.
" Debate went on throughout the last week about the policy, but I think there are at least three big questions that remain unanswered. Some have said that this is an unacceptable compromise by Twitter.