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Howdy! Maybe you’re one of those who haven’t updated their Twitter headers yet, or maybe you’ve heard it already but you’re not just into creating your own design due to a lack of inspiration? Well, that’s not a problem at all now, this tutorial is for you.
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By Katrina Gulliver Most of my friends (the ones who are not already on Twitter) have heard my Twitter pitch, and it's true that since joining several years ago I've become quite an evangelist. Recently over dinner, a colleague told me he had never really gotten the point of Twitter, but now that he had a book to promote, he wished he had followers he could share it with. Twitter is what you make of it, and its flexibility is one of its greatest strengths.
Even at 250 million Tweets per day in addition to the updates across Facebook, Google+, Pinterest, and every other feed that we willfully subscribe to, information overload is in of itself a fallacy . But the feeling the overload of information is very real and a reflection of our inability to pull the levers necessary to decrease noise and improve signal. Doing so, requires some very blatant actions that don’t simply reduce the volume of the information we don’t care to see as often, it requires disconnecting from human beings. Whether we’re severing ties with individuals or those representing an organization we once supported, it’s emotional. It’s an action that carries an element of guilt knowing that at some point, our action will cause an incremental blow to the psyche of the individual we’re unfollowing.
With Twitter recent redesign of its mobile apps and web interface I’ve decided it’s time to update my Twitteraholic’s Guide to tweets, hashtags, and all things Twitter post since a lot has changed since I wrote the post in July, 2010. This post is considerably more detailed and includes topics not included in the original post — we hope this helps you get even more out of using Twitter! And since the post covers a lot of content I’ve added anchors so all you need to do is just click on a link below to quickly go to the section you want to read :
Twitter is too big to ignore. You see hashtags in commercials, sponsored tweets, posts, news broken on Twitter, etc. It’s quickly become an indispensable tool for teachers, admins, parents, and students too. Right now, there are still many (MANY) in education not using Twitter.
If you can answer “yes” to any of these questions, then this article is for you. Want more followers and retweets? New to Twitter and want to make it useful for you? Twitter isn’t working as well as you’d like it to? The three steps to a great Twitter reputation are content, style and connections. First —because this is what makes you really popular—we’ll cover making connections and building your account.
Although LinkedIn gets a lot of love as a professional social media site, Twitter is a force that can’t be ignored by up-and-coming young professionals. It’s a great place to get connected and informed, and an especially good resource for growing professionally. But how exactly can you use Twitter for professional development? Check out our list to find 25 different ways. Keep your Twitter profile employer-focused : Maximize the space that you have in your profile to share a professional description of yourself. Hobbies show personality, but accomplishments and professional interests might help you land a job.
I’ll keep this page updated with best practice techniques for presenting with Twitter. Here are some of the best resources I’ve seen so far about how to use (and how NOT to use) Twitter during presentations: Olivia Mitchell’s free eBook “ How to present with Twitter (and other backchannels) ” Jeremiah Owyang : How speakers should integrate social into their presentations
Almost anyone these days can throw together 140 characters and call it a tweet. But to use Twitter for maximum business impact there are many tried and true content sources ready to be used. In this post I’ll introduce practical ways to use good content for your tweets , everything from A to Z. #1: Answers Think about the questions your customers and prospects asked you this past week.
Twitter may very well be the single most important tool for teachers right now. Considering many are not even using the service, that says a lot about how effective the platform is for learning, engaging, development, and more. In an effort to make sure you are getting the most out of Twitter, we’ve compiled a very lengthy list of tips and tricks. That long list is coming out tomorrow morning but we thought you’d enjoy our hand-picked choices.
You’re likely on Twitter. But are you connecting with the right people? Do you want to build a quality Twitter following? If so, keep reading. In this post we will explore sometimes obvious, yet seldom implemented, techniques of building a following on Twitter as well as few methodologies you may have not considered but should find quite useful.
Have you seen those pre-written “tweet this” links and buttons that some websites use to make sharing a tweet much faster, and give additional control to the website that created it? I’m going to show you how to make a Pre-Formatted Re-Tweet Link or Button. When a user clicks on it they will be taken to their Twitter account with your message already filled in.
Nous allons voir dans cet article comment mettre en place des outils pour détecter automatiquement les informations qui correspondent à vos centres d’intérêts. Nous allons également mettre en place un robot pour automatiser cette veille Imaginons que nous sommes intéressés par le “crowdsourcing”. Utilisons Twitter pour faire notre recherche Nous allons commencer par utiliser Twitter comme cible de notre recherche.
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Quando utilizziamo Twitter a scopi aziendali potremmo doverci occupare di campagne di Digital PR e di individuazione di influencer o più semplicemente magari siamo interessati a sapere che grado di propagazione ha un nostro tweet o chi sono i nostri followers che ci leggono più spesso e retwittano e molte altre informazioni utili. Ci sono una serie di strumenti gratuiti che ci vengono in aiuto nello svolgimento di queste attività e in questo post ho voluto elencare quelli che noi di Webinfermento utilizziamo più spesso e di cui ci riteniamo maggiormente soddisfatti. Social Bro è probabilmente il mio preferito social media dashboard/analytic per Twitter. E’ uno strumento che utilizzo da un anno e ancora molto poco conosciuto e sottovalutato, soprattutto in Italia. Si installa come applicazione sul proprio pc e fornisce dati in sincronizzazione col proprio account.
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