TwitterPoster. The 100 Biggest Twitter Fails of All Time. Twitter is supposed to be nothing more than a space for people to offer short thoughts on any given topic.
Unfortunately for those in the public eye, Twitter is proving why certain folk shouldn’t be allowed to share anything without proper supervision. In a rundown of some of the biggest Twitter failures of all time, we see athletes, celebrities, politicians, and even your average fool fall victim to sexism, racism, arrogance, ignorance, and in some cases, their unchecked libidos. Be forewarned: Quite a few of the included tweets aren’t politically correct. Still, just about all are worth pointing and laughing at.
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Since our first day we tried to go along with the wishes that you (our dearest Twimblers) wrote in your feedbacks, and we tried to develop Twimbow accordingly. All those that earlier were just Twitter’s “ best practices” about their data visualization, have become rules too binding for us. Commun.it - Community Management for Twitter that Makes a Difference. Twitter for Beginners: 5 Steps for Better Tweeting. Twitter is immensely useful as a utility for joining in the global conversation and sharing thoughts, opinions, information, and media.
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Twitter's ecosystem of applications and clients crossed one million registered applications in 2011 up from 150,000 apps in 2010. These Twitter apps were built by more than 750,000 developers around the world. A new app is registered every 1.5 seconds, according to Twitter. These various services and applications are designed to work with or enhance the microblogging service Twitter. They are designed with various goals – many aim to improve Twitter's functionality while others set out to make the service more accessible, particularly from other devices.
Some applications allow users to send messages (called tweets) directly while others give users the ability to create more complex tweets which they then have to manually post through Twitter itself. References External links Slipstream for Twitter.com. Twittermood.org. T.co / Twitter. How Twitter Stores 250 Million Tweets a Day Using MySQL.