sproutsocial.com5/16/11 Twitter is a great place to promote your content or product and to discuss issues with your followers. But, there are no hard and fast rules for how often you should tweet.
Twitter published the 22-page PDF last week to coincide with the rollout of its small business ad products. It covers Twitter in three chapters, going back to scratch with the most basic info such as “anatomy of a Tweet” — a section that shows and explains hashtags, mentions, replies, retweets and other basics. There’s a […]
http://www.socialbakers.com/blog/464-proof-facebook-brand-engagement-higher-than-twitter/ It´s interesting to watch how one brand performs across different social networks. Especially when it performs differently on Facebook and Twitter. Which one are fans more engaged with? read more…
Twitter Wants To Be (And Will Be) The Next Big Media Company Twitter is focused on advertising as its business model. They do data licensing deals and the like, but they're focused on advertising as their huge business. What this all works out to: Twitter wants to be (and will be) the next … Publish […]
Managing Twitter for Business: 4 Tools for Scheduling Tweets … Twitter can be a powerful business tool if you know how to manage it properly. Scheduling tweets is one way to stay active on the network without having to actually sit in front of it all day, for example. Here's a quick list of 4 […]