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Twitter Blog: Let’s Fly

Twitter Blog: Let’s Fly | Social Media C4 | Scoop.it
Share and discover what’s happening right now, anywhere in the world.

 

The new look of Twitter is arriving at a desktop near you! Start with downloading on your iPhone or Android and over the next few weeks the desktop version will be live! What I like about so far from mobile: PHOTOS can be uploaded using the Twitter service so they show up on your Twitter profile. Keep everything reletive and in one place. So Awesome!

 

Follow #letsfly and #newlook on Twitter to see what people are saying. Mobile design is hot!

 

Image: Screenshot from Twitter, fly.twitter.com

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Tips from Stacy Kinney On Using Twitter to Improve Visibility and Reputation | #SMc4

Tips from Stacy Kinney On Using Twitter to Improve Visibility and Reputation | #SMc4 | Social Media C4 | Scoop.it
Stacy lays out some fundamental tips to use Twitter for reputation management. The tip about using tweets to shine light on your resume and skills is something I never thought about. Other tips to highlight include:

1. Differentiate yourself from the crowd
2. Think before you tweet
3. Choose your Twitter Friends Wisely
4. Maintain your Twitter profile

Be sure to click through the link for her full explanation
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Twitter Facts & Figures [Infographic] | via @AriesGDIM Blog

Twitter Facts & Figures [Infographic] | via @AriesGDIM Blog | Social Media C4 | Scoop.it
Twitter Facts you may want to view. From 3 employees 5 years ago to over 400. 40.1% of tweets are pointless babble? What about the most popular Twitter users? Clearly the world is in a pop-culture fascination state-of-mind. Or do you use Twitter for business? - Nakeva
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Obama Loses 36,000+ Twitter Followers in #Compromise Campaign [STATS]

Obama Loses 36,000+ Twitter Followers in #Compromise Campaign [STATS] | Social Media C4 | Scoop.it
It didn't seem all the tweets came from POTUS directly. I think it was a thoughtless move for those regularly using Twitter and barely seeing POTUS tweets. Losing 36K speaks volumes. Not good for the upcoming campaign and hope a better approach is taken with strategy. - [Nakeva]

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President Obama created a barrage of activity on Twitter on Friday afternoon when he began urging his more than 9 million followers to tweet at their Republican Congressmen to “ask them to support a bipartisan solution to the deficit crisis.”

As we noted in our earlier coverage, however, some users felt the state-by-state tweets were creating way too much noise — the President has lost nearly 37,000 followers so far today...
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Your Brain Limits Twitter Friends To 150 | Fastgush

Your Brain Limits Twitter Friends To 150 | Fastgush | Social Media C4 | Scoop.it
In 1992, a British anthropologist named R. I. M. Dunbar came up with Dunbar’s number after studying social group size in a wide range of primates and human communities. He found that brain limits a person to have not more than 150 friends. The limit imposed by neocortical processing capacity appears to de ne the number of individuals with whom it is possible to maintain stable interpersonal relationships.

Come 2011, it appeared Twitter was proving Dunbar’s theory incorrect. With limitless opportunity to stay connected and updated, it seemed Twitter had finally broken the code for having an extended social group.
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» Deal Done: Twitter acquires TweetDeck for over $40m » TNW Twitter

» Deal Done: Twitter acquires TweetDeck for over $40m » TNW Twitter | Social Media C4 | Scoop.it
"Twitter has now closed the deal acquired TweetDeck for over $40 million in cash and stock, our sources report. CNNMoney has also confirmed the deal." - TNW

This could either be a good thing or an annoyance as Twitter takes over 3rd party apps that have made the user experience worth the time. - Nakeva
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