Since a picture is worth a 1,000 words and even 1,000,000 Words in 140 Characters according to Twitter, the screenshot below should give ample response to this question.
Timely Tweets: Through its blog today, Twitter announced today that it would be moving tweets from select companies and promoted tweets (currently only appearing in the list of trends) higher up in our timelines.
What’s most notable in the way Aassma — @Fanajeen picked up the Twitter essence, is her lightning fast realization after just 10 weeks of picking up Twitter, that when she started really and honestly hearing her nascent community and demonstrating a genuine interest, whatever business message she had in mind to push out, ‘magically’ became relevant to that community. Without the need to feel awkward, clunky or to try and wrap business messages inside hollow sounding and futile niceties to make them attractive and relevant.
Blogging has won! It wasn’t killed, but actually emboldened, by social media. The latter is alive, well and here to stay as are SEO and search engines: Not a simpler landscape to deal with. So what are businesses looking to use the web for growth to do? Three things: Create even better engaging content, feed it through social networks to engage their communities on it and… make sure that content loads super extra fast on their screen.
The “talkative” 20% just needs to get their heads out of their bubble, look around and find a better way to engage non-peers in participating (it can be intimidating y’all!); i.e. potential customers. 180 million unique visitors come to the site every month and new users are signing up at the rate of 300,000 per day or over 3 per second.
How likely would you be to start stalking your Facebook friends if it were to save you time and allow for a more meaningful experience on the social network? So Facebook is twiterizing… again. Mashable and AllFacebook are both calling it “HUGE”. Although the new feature offers some interesting engagement opportunities, it’s actually not that… [Continue Reading]