Posts Tagged “Twitter”

Follow These Ecommerce Influencers

Posted on February 26th, 2019 by Kelly Kirkham

While social influencers have recently gotten something of a bad rap, keeping up with major industry influencers is still a big part of digital marketing and ecommerce. If you own an online retail business, you know that the landscape is constantly changing,  as trends, software, and users fluctuate every day. It’s important to know what…

Making Twitter Work For Your Business

Posted on November 6th, 2018 by Neil Cumins

It’s fair to say that Twitter hasn’t enjoyed a comfortable 2018. Ongoing associations with trolls and fake accounts have further damaged its reputation, while younger audiences are drifting away towards encrypted communications platforms like Snapchat. However, there are still compelling arguments for using Twitter for business, providing it’s done correctly… Up your service game An…

Political Silence: Social Media And News Guidelines

Posted on November 17th, 2017 by Kelly Kirkham

It wasn’t all that long ago that the news world and the social media world were separate entities. While the articles that journalists wrote were typically shared all over social media, the actual news they broke—from inside scoops, to on-the-record interviews, to investigations—appeared in newspapers and on publishers’ websites before they appeared in newsfeeds and…

Twitter Doubles Down

Posted on October 17th, 2017 by Kelly Kirkham

Shakespeare once said that “brevity is the soul of wit”, and in the case of Twitter that’s certainly true. Indeed, during its ten year existence, one of the most defining things about Twitter has been the character limit it imposes on its posts. Far from causing people to be sloppy or use too many abbreviations,…

Ten Years of the Hashtag

Posted on September 15th, 2017 by Kelly Kirkham

The hashtag is such a mainstay of internet culture these days, it’s hard to remember there was a time when it didn’t exist. Indeed, when Twitter was launched  in 2006, its founders and developers had not yet devised an easy and seamless way to “group” conversations together under one topic. It wasn’t until a year…

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