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Sweet Ideas for Your New 280-Character Tweets

Tuesday, January 16th, 2018

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When Twitter’s new 280-character limit was rolled out to users last November, the move opened a new horizon for social media marketing for businesses, and yet received some criticism as well. Some believed that taking away the 140-character limit reduced users’ creativity and conciseness, and made Twitter just like any other social networking site.

 

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Checklist: What makes a good tweet?

Thursday, July 28th, 2011

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While Twitter has proven to be quite the catalyst for driving brands to attain their varied goals (and even over-achieve in some cases) in the social media marketing arena, some companies are still in the process of finding their way around the short messaging service. These brands, particularly those who have just boarded the Twitter bandwagon, may still find it a little confusing to place it in their marketing plans, or have yet to develop their own processes around it.

 

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Twitter: the reputation management engine

Friday, November 12th, 2010


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Among the socially-driven services online, two are in the forefront: Facebook and Twitter. While Facebook has been adding one feature after another in their seemingly all-out bid to take over the Web by expanding its presence beyond its social networking platform, Twitter remains to be the silent achiever, taking its sweet time to actually show what ideas it is fostering under its wing. Despite this, the microblogging giant remains true to its niche, revealing little about its business strategy and yet evolving significantly in both its user base and in its stability as a Web service.

 

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Twitter Rolls Out Embeddable Tweets

Wednesday, May 5th, 2010

A couple of days ago, Twitter announced on their media blog that it will be unveiling a new tool for easily embedding tweets into a Web site or a blog post. The tool, as we’ve come to know, is called Blackbird Pie and it’s now officially available for use.

 

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