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New API Rules for Twitter – What do they mean?

on August 21, 2012 | Twitter | Comments (2)
New API Rules for Twitter - What do they mean?

Many of us as social media users and marketers rely on 3rd party Social Media Management tools to streamline our productivity on social networking sites. For example these popular tools include SproutSocial, Hootsuite, Wildfire, Socialoomph plus many more. If you are managing multiple social media accounts across Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, WordPress, Foursquare, Google Plus etc – […]

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Twitter – 140 Million Active Users

on March 22, 2012 | Twitter | Comments (0)
Twitter - 140 Million Active Users

Twitter has just turned 6 years old (on the 21/03/12) and they have shared some interesting new stats with us. To me it seems Twitter has only really taken off in Australia over the last 2 years. What was going on during the previous 4 years? New stats released: 140 million active user (globally) 340 […]

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Pro Link Building Tips

on February 27, 2012 | SEO | Comments (0)
Pro Link Building Tips

Over the past couple of years, the way marketers and SEO professionals build links has totally changed. Posting comments on blogs for a link back is now pointless, as all major blogging platforms – WordPress, Blogger, Tumblr and Posterous have the nofollow tag on all comment links by default. This remove any of the pagerank […]

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Do Promoted Tweets work?

on February 9, 2012 | Twitter | Comments (0)
Do Promoted Tweets work?

Twitter has been hard at work developing their ad products and one of these is  Promoted Tweets. Over the last couple of week I have noticed this particular ad showing up in my Twitter feed: I am not sure why this particular ad is showing to me – I’ve never followed Zoosk or sent them […]

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Twitter to start censoring Tweets

on January 27, 2012 | Twitter | Comments (0)
Twitter to start censoring Tweets

As Twitter moves into more and more countries around the world, Twitter will begin censoring content and tweets to certain country users. For example in Australia, United States, UK etc we have the freedom to say anything we pretty much like, however in certain countries the freedom of speech is somewhat restricted and if an […]

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The Secret to Viral Content

on December 1, 2011 | Blog | Comments (1)
The Secret to Viral Content

So what is the secret to Viral Content? Well if there was one hard and fast rule, everyone would be doing it and all content on the internet would be viral – that doesn’t make much sense, and it wouldn’t last long. Firstly, we need to define exactly, What is Viral Content? Lets keep it […]

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The #QantasLuxury Fail

on November 22, 2011 | Australia | Comments (1)
The #QantasLuxury Fail

After the recent social media PR failures of the union pay discussions and resulting grounding of their fleet, Qantas today tried to recover some online brand reputation. And crashed and burned. Qantas launched the #QantasLuxury campaign, encouraging twitter users to tweet their luxury inflight ideas on the hashtag to win one of 50 $30 prize […]

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How to Encourage ReTweets

on November 9, 2011 | Twitter | Comments (0)
How to Encourage ReTweets

So you are an active Twitter user – you may have a blog or website and post your content to Twitter, or you may use Twitter in your job to connect with other industry professionals. Search Engines now are placing importance on the number of ReTweets your Twitter status updates get. So if people are […]

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Twitter reacts to #Curtseygate

on October 21, 2011 | Twitter | Comments (0)
Twitter reacts to #Curtseygate

When Julia Gillard met the Queen in Canberra, it seems all didn’t go to plan in terms of greeting our Royal Queen. Normally ladies are meant to curtsey the Queen, however Julia Gillard decided a handshake and bow is more her preference. Twitter erupted! (but thankfully all seems to be settling down now) More tweets […]

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Twitter Picture upload Feature released

on August 10, 2011 | Twitter | Comments (0)
Twitter Picture upload Feature released

Twitter has released a new feature to their site that allows users to upload pictures and photos directly to Twitter, which are then attached to a status update. The service is actually hosted by Photobucket, and no doubt there is an interesting commercial arrangement behind the deal, but no details have been disclosed yet. Twitter […]

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