This Week On Twitter: Twitter Traffic Power, Getting Twitter & Twitter Employee Salaries Revealed Need a little weekend reading? We’ve compiled our top ten Twitter stories of the week, which includes a report on the value of the Twitter share button, help on deciding which social network is right for you, how Twitter is changing the scope of advertising, a look at Twitter employee salaries and 3 mistakes to avoid making with Twitter’s new image galleries. Here are our top 10 Twitter stories of the week: 1. Including A Twitter Share Button On Your Website Can Drive Up To 7x More Traffic A new report from SEO firm BrightEdge reveals that having a Twitter share button, like the one on the right, on your website can help drive up to 7x more exposure via social media.
Bluestacks installation errors including graphics card incompatibility issue Update: We have links to the old version where you can download and see if the old version of Bluestacks works for you. Don’t forget to check it out. In our tutorial to install Viber for PC, one of the step is to download Android Emulator Bluestacks. RT @e3intel: Supply eats demand for lunch! Evidence that Activity Based Funding for #hospitals incentivises oversupply ... The Provinces of British Columbia, Alberta and Ontario have each recently announced plans regarding changes in the way hospitals their provincial hospitals will be funded. The hospital funding changes represent a departure from the status quo and have the potential to significantly alter the landscape of hospital funding in Canada. Introduction 10 Easy Ways to Make Your Next Trip More Eco-friendly Last week we revealed our favorite countries for an eco-adventure. But if you’re not traveling to one of those destinations, it’s still possible to take a few steps to minimize your impact on the environment. And don’t worry—being eco-friendly doesn't mean forgoing all luxuries while you’re at it. Here are a few of our favorite ways to protect Mother Earth and go ‘eco’ on our travels:
Find Who are Stealing Your Tweets Copying content and plagiarism are few of the most common phenomenon on the Internet. When it comes to plagiarism, usually people show concern about the copying of blog posts, website content and digital media. But we share lots of things and ideas on social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter too. 25% of Twitter Users Say Promoted Tweets Are Relevant [Data] Things look promising for Promoted Tweets, Twitter's advertising platform. New data from market research firm Lab42, as reported by eMarketer, shows that 24.8% of Twitter users say they have seen Promoted Tweets from brands that are relevant to them. More than 1/5 of users said they have gotten a discount or have found out about a new brand through a Promoted Tweet, and 14% of respondents said they have retweeted a Promoted Tweet. Interestingly, only about 11% of those surveyed said following brands was a reason they joined the site, with about half saying they followed just 10 brands on Twitter. If you're sharing something relevant, people will be receptive to your marketing. This applies not only to your Promoted Tweets, but also to things like your Facebook Ads, Google Ads, and even your blog content and email campaigns.
How to sign up for instagram online (PC / Computer) (New Process) Instagram is the popular iPhone/Android app that lets you apply retro filters to photos and share them with friends. To use it, users need to sign up first. A few months back, we published an article [How to sign up for instagram online (PC / Computer)] describing the process to sign up from PC. Unfortunately, Instagram made some changes to the website and the process no longer works now. However, there is still another way to sign up and use Instagram from your computer. Unlike the last process, this trick lets users to fool Instagram into thinking that they are using a phone even though it is actually done from a computer. RT @Thejournalofmed: They need your votes! #medpersonality2011 The hospital of the future was here! (and it had boxes for babies) Video · Posted by The editor on January 19, 2013 · Leave a Comment The hospital of the future…a dream that most of us will never realise. However, there was a time when one man dared to dream (and it must have been a man, as only a MAN could have been this pragmatic).