So, what makes a Tweet worthy of response or sharing? The team is currently studying the specifics, but initial findings point to tweets that included questions, featured curated/relevant information with added personality, and those used for self-promotion, such as including links to original content.
Twitter users who participated in a crowdsourced prediction for Facebook's IPO day closing price collectively missed the mark, but another analysis suggests that changes in Twitter sentiment accurate...
As of April 2012, we have 59 million likes across approximately 75 active Facebook pages; on Twitter, we have 3.5 million followers across 21 accounts. Our Facebook footprint grows by about two million likes a month, and in 2011, our fan counts on both platforms doubled. That growth has come almost entirely organically, with very few targeted spends or buys aimed at building our social audience.
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