Hundreds of thousands of Twitter users are believed to be affected today as the social network went down due to technical problems. Many of Twitter's 304 million users who tried to access the site were met with an illustration of a broken robot and the message: "Something is technically wrong. Thanks for noticing — we're going to fix it up and have things back to normal soon."
If you don’t have a cable subscription, you won’t be able to watch tonight’s Republican Presidential debate on Fox News. Which feels so 20th century. But if you’re a cordcutter who’s really desperate, we might humbly suggest you try Periscope.
Facebook is amazing, especially with ads, but Twitter is one of our biggest traffic sources. Lately I’ve been wanting to tell people to fall out of love with likes and retweets. They’re great. But they aren’t leads or sales. Does your inbound content make people want to buy more? Is it compelling, not just contagious? [click to tweet] Do that, then follow these tips to get more action through Twitter:
The news announcements keep on coming out of Twitter HQ. Just hours after confirming that CEO Dick Costolo would be stepping down, Twitter’s Development Team announced that they are removing the 140 character limit from Direct Messages (DMs).
Twitter is for more than just your clever musings—it could be the key to your new diet plan
Pone step further: Create your own daily hashtags as a system for developing healthy habits. Your hashtags (whether you actually post them or not) morph into a way of thinking, a daily ideal that you strive for, rather than a strict game plan. In the end, as you develop these habits, you’ll develop a varied and effective approach to help you reach your goals. Some suggestions to get you started:
Plan the week, figure out most meals, identify vulnerable times, make sure healthy snacks are in the house, office, and car for hunger emergencies. Not recommended: #LargeChocolateSundae
A day you’ll commit to only eating leaner protein (chicken, turkey, fish, sirloin) and vegetables to help scale back refined carbs and simple sugars. Not recommended: #MillionsOfMeatballsMonday
Your commitment to venture into some new nutritional territory—tasting one new healthy food every week. Kale, quinoa, salmon, beets? When you’ve run out of new foods, transition into new recipes. Not recommended: #TryTenTostadasTuesday
On an often-draining day of the week, choose a short workout (no matter your favorite activity) with high levels of intensity to amp your metabolism and your energy. Not recommended: #IWillWaitUntilNextWednesday
Get up from the desk, sneak out before or after dinner, or do it before the kids get up—a 30-minute walk by yourself or with a trusted companion. For mind and body. Not recommended: #ThirtyOtherThingsICouldDoThursday
Give in to your favorite temptation (#FryDay!) without guilt. One meal or one indulgence won’t sidetrack you. By creating a structured way to look forward to a so-called sin food, you’ve created a reward system that, if kept in check, can help you stay the course the rest of the week. Not recommended: #ForgetItForeverFriday
Entering the danger zone of the weekend, develop your plan for staying on track even when social pressures make you want to stray. Do an early workout, drink lots of water before a party. It doesn’t mean you can’t indulge, but success is about managing excess. Not recommended: #SixScotchSaturday
You can lose your job over thoughtless social media posts. This is, we hope, common knowledge in 2015. But special recognition is in order for Cella, a Texan teenager who managed to lose her pizzeria job the day before she was scheduled to start working. She did so with gusto, tweeting, “Ew I start this fuck ass job tomorrow,” followed by seven thumbs-down emoji.
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