Making your message count in 140 characters or less is a vital part of your business strategy. When you use Twitter, you can either send the same types of tweets all the time and risk blending into the social media universe or you can mix things up and be that go-to person everyone’s talking about.
On Twitter, a “retweet” is a way for you to share another user’s tweet with your followers, and is commonly referenced as simply “RT.” Two other methods– “MT,” or modified tweet” and “via”– exist for sharing another user’s content with your followers. In this episode of “30 Second Social,” Scott Kleinberg explains these two easy
On Twitter, a “retweet” is a way for you to share another user’s tweet with your followers, and is commonly referenced as simply “RT.” In this episode of “30 Second Social,” Scott Kleinberg explains how to retweet. Twitter: How to retweet
On Twitter, the hashtag #FF stands for “Follow Friday.” The idea started as a way to introduce your network on Twitter to a user with whom they might also want to connect. By viewing tweets tagged with this popular hashtag, users can identify people on Twitter who are receiving these endorsements from their peers. In
Some tasty news tidbits from the social media front this week. Facebook, Google+ vie for news distribution Facebook is reportedly working with a dozen news organizations to create exclusive versions of their news content to be delivered via app, reports David Cohen of AllFacebook. A Forbes report says these sources could include CNN, The Washington