There is a Twitter tool that synergizes, feeds and enhances the Twitter and Blogging ecosystems that promises to make your tweets live longer and as a marketer and a blogger that sounds like something I may be "very" interested in!
The web is a seething mass of people sharing on social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube and they are monster networks with hundreds of millions of participants that drive billions of shares and tweets.
It is estimated that every 20 minutes on Facebook, 1 million links are shared and each month 30 billion pieces of content are posted.
On Twitter this hyperactivity continues with 1 billion tweets shared every week.
Underneath these social media giants sits secondary and tertiary social networks and applications that feed off their activity. These platforms provide niche communities with places to play, share and explore in an ever changing landscape of ecosystems that tempt you with features and tools that are designed to engage you and addict you.
Are You a Hyper Active Social Media Participant?...
If you’re tweeting about a new subject, be sure to check the hashtags and pick ones that will correctly target your audience.
There are four sites that can be recommended.
1) Hashtags.org. This site gives a list of trending hashtags, a graph and a search box to type in potential hashtags. After typing in a hashtag, it lists current tweets containing that hashtag. 2) Trendistic.IndexTank.com. It also gives you a graph, along with a search box. But it’s graph allows you to check the trends for the past 180 days. 3) WhatTheTrend.com. Like the others, What the Trend has current trends, a graph and a search box. I included it because it also explains why a particular hashtag is trending. 4) Trendsmap.com - this site has a map that tells you what is trending where. This is particularly helpful if you’re targeting a specific area. by Edie Melson
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