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Posts tagged with Reputation Monitoring

Twitter Partners looks like a fail whale of an agency

In this age of specialization, it's no surprise that we've seen specialization on the agency side.

And that means it's no surprise that somebody has decided to start an agency for the hottest social media service on the internet right now: Twitter.


Twitter: the 13 types of tweet to take notice of

Twitter has many uses for our business beyond sending us traffic and spreading word about our articles, research and events.

While it is now our fourth-largest referrer, Twitter is more than simply a people hose. By tuning in to tweets we listen to user feedback, which helps keep us on our toes. It is useful in a wide number of areas, some of which I have listed below.

Some recommendations and questions are easier to deal with than others, but we certainly take note of all of them.


How Twitter can make money from commercial accounts

In recent posts, I've discussed Twitter and the ways companies are attempting to use it to drive business.

As much as I think Twitter is one of the more interesting social media platforms out there, I'm admittedly skeptical about its ability to charge fees, especially when it comes to commercial accounts.


Is Twitter really bigger than Digg? And does it matter?

Hitwise released some research this morning suggesting that Twitter has caught up with Digg, in terms of site usage.

Note that these two sites aren’t direct competitors, but both can drive lots of traffic and help spread influence. Digg remains social media royalty, as anybody who has experienced ‘The Digg Effect’ will tell you. Twitter, on the other hand, is increasingly useful as a communications and networking tool, as a search tool, and as a filter. 

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Tweetdeck makes Twitter so much easier

Many of the more popular Twitter users employ third party tools to help them manage their accounts, but you don’t need thousands of followers to see the value in using Tweetdeck.
The Tweetdeck app is based on Adobe Air and makes use of the Twitter API to pull in the content. It provides a clean and customisable interface that allows you to deal with activity on Twitter in an efficient way.