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How to Write Awesome Tweets Your Followers Actually Reply To

How to Write Awesome Tweets Your Followers Actually Reply To | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

2 cups of coffee per day… do you drink more or less?


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If so, you’re going to love this post!Since I started tweeting in 2009, I’ve been asking questions like this to spark conversations with my followers.

Jeff Domansky's insight:

Aaron Lee shares his tweeting secrets. Good social media advice.

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, February 7, 9:29 AM

Twitter secrets worth noting from Aaron Lee.

Ed Carpenter's curator insight, March 5, 2:36 AM

Cool tool. Kinda pricey though. Needs capability to do more than Facebook, don't you think?

Heather Koroll's curator insight, March 7, 8:00 PM

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Visual Micro-Sharing Platforms: The Next Big Thing in Social Media Marketing? | Social Media Today

Visual Micro-Sharing Platforms: The Next Big Thing in Social Media Marketing? | Social Media Today | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

First it started with Twitter. Now other micro-sharing platforms, like Vine and Snapchat, are becoming a popular way to share content and communicate with friends, family, and online. Vine was acquired by Twitter and officially launched in 2013. It allows users to create looping six-second videos and share them via app only, much like Instagram (in fact, there's not even a user login on Vine's website).

 

As for Snapchat, it strives to make messaging and communication to friends and family easily through photos with captions that are deleted instantly once the recipient views it (however, the "instant deletion" part is under contention, especially because the iPhone can take screenshots). At the end of 2012, Snapchat users were sending 50 million photos a day.

 

In response to the large ballooning growth of Snapchat, Facebook created a Poke app that does much of the same thing, in just 12 days. These micro-sharing platforms make sharing photos and video faster than ever, but the question remains, can businesses use it? Here's how....

Jeff Domansky's insight:

Micro-sharing and visuals are huge and growing even more quickly. Great content marketing possibilities.

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