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A Visual Guide to Twitter

A Visual Guide to Twitter | Twitter Stats, Strategies + Tips | Scoop.it

This infographic provides a visual guide and a brief synopsis of different uses for Twitter.

It includes information about how Twitter can be used as a tool for information, customer service, networking, business management and website management.


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Alexander Abramov's comment, June 6, 2013 10:23 AM
You put it very nicely
Jim Doyle's curator insight, June 6, 2013 8:45 PM
A Visual Guide to Twitter
Susan Daniels's curator insight, June 24, 2013 9:45 PM

Just what I've been looking for...with all the changes at Twitter, this is a great piece to read for updating my knowledge :)

 

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Susan Daniels

http://goldenstarsocial.com

A Social Media MEGA Resource Center

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[Infographic] Types of Twitter Scams

[Infographic] Types of Twitter Scams | Twitter Stats, Strategies + Tips | Scoop.it

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Customer Service via Twitter: A Social Media Experiment [Infographic]

Customer Service via Twitter: A Social Media Experiment [Infographic] | Twitter Stats, Strategies + Tips | Scoop.it

As an experiment in customer service via social networks, in this case Twitter, Software Advice recently had four employees send customer service tweets via their personal accounts to 14 leading consumer brands in seven industries. This infographic displays the results of that experiment

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Infographic: How to measure Facebook and Twitter ROI

Infographic: How to measure Facebook and Twitter ROI | Twitter Stats, Strategies + Tips | Scoop.it

Seventy-three percent of CEOs think marketers lack business credibility and 77 percent believe marketers don't talk about what really matters—sales. If this sounds like your business or company, it's clearly time to find a way to measure the return on investment of all those hours dedicated to social media.

This infographic has some tips and examples that can help and explains how to use statistics and analytics to determine and identify conversions, sales leads and potential leads...


Check out the graphic for more tips, as well as advice on how to grow your Facebook and Twitter fan base...


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Social media statistics 2012: from Facebook and Twitter to Instagram and Pinterest [infographic]

Social media statistics 2012: from Facebook and Twitter to Instagram and Pinterest [infographic] | Twitter Stats, Strategies + Tips | Scoop.it

This ’Social Media Statistics and Facts 2012′ infographic is packed with statistics and facts of all major social media platform including – Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Youtube as well as blogging.


There are some surprising stats here. For instance links about sex are shared on Facebook more than any other type. That comes as a real surprise.


It highlights the growing immensity of Instagram with as many as five million imges uploaded daily. And to confirm that little is changing with Pinterest when it comes to the gender split with more than 90% of its Facebook fans being women.


What else do we have? LinkedIn gets two new users every second while three million new blogs come on line each month.


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The Power Of A Twitter Hashtag [Infographic]

The Power Of A Twitter Hashtag [Infographic] | Twitter Stats, Strategies + Tips | Scoop.it
Do you know the power of a good Twitter hashtag? This infographic and story should infuse you with new confidence that Twitter is the right tool to use.


Twitter is a social networking platform that I think many people at some point fall away from only to come back to it with a pair of fresh eyes. It’s a weird experience really. Facebook, on the other hand, people either like or don’t. I know a bunch of people who like it and a bunch of people who don’t. When it comes to Twitter, it’s always a mixed bag of everything all at once. The fact that the direct messages haven’t been working for ages might be a factor, and according to the Twitter blog, the developers over at Twitter are working on that. But there are a lot of things to love about Twitter that we usually don’t think about. One such thing is of course the Twitter hashtags. They are one of the most overlooked yet powerful factor of any tweet.


I recently read a seriously inspiring article about the power of Twitter hashtags, and it made me start thinking about Twitter again. I haven’t been very interactive on Twitter for a long time. It’s something that I really miss though. It’s been a combination of a full desk of work as well as an annoyance of Twitter not working properly that have kept me from interacting. Instead, I just mostly share articles that I think my followers might like, as well as stuff I have found useful. But after reading that article about Twitter hashtags, I once again felt like I wanted to take Twitter to a new level. We’ll see if I am able to once again get into it all, and if I can stay frequent with it. The inspiration has once again been spawned, thanks to this article about Twitter hashtags.


The article I read was how a girl named Linda Cheung accidentally hijacked a hashtag and made it more popular than the hashtags actual real life event. To simplify the story (which you can read in its entirety over at Marketing Donut), Linda couldn’t go to the LEX conference which also included a tweetup with Brian Inkster, someone Linda really wanted to meet. So they decided to informally meet on Twitter instead using the Twitter hashtag #LEX2011. Long story short, the hashtag was joined by more and more of Linda’s and Brian’s followers and quickly became more popular than the event itself. It later went viral, and what started with an informal introduction between two people soon became a viral success.


That is the power of a Twitter hashtag that I think is important to understand. With hashtags, we can reach people that we normally wouldn’t get introduced to or have in our body of followers. It’s ultimately inspiring to know that a simple Twitter hashtag can create such a buzz and at the same time keep it close and personal. Twitter is unique in that sense. Twitter hashtags are something that every business should have a look at and really embrace in their attempt to get a discussion going.


In order to ease you into the concept of using hashtags for business as well as for personal branding, I would like to share an infographic that will help you grasp the concept of a Twitter hashtag. Maybe you would like to start using them to your advantage. The infographic (presented by Social Caffeine) called What You Need To Know About Twitter Hashtags is a great introduction to the power of hashtags in general. Hashtags have of course been available for a long time, and their use has been widely known. But, I think people have forgotten about the power of a good hashtag and how to really utilize it in their attempt to make people aware of what they have to say and share.

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Fake Twitter Accounts More Common Than You Think [Infographic]

Fake Twitter Accounts More Common Than You Think [Infographic] | Twitter Stats, Strategies + Tips | Scoop.it
Recently there has been an increased number of fake Twitter accounts created. Get a deeper understanding about what this means, and how it affects you.


... A new infographic from Social Selling University sets out to explain to us the secret behind all of the fake Twitter accounts. It’s a revelation that could potentially explain why the response to your interaction or sharing sometimes seems a little low compared to the amount of followers you are supposedly reaching. It could also have a profound effect on your view of how social networking works. Reach is a big factor in social media, and for a brand it’s everything. However, reach has become such a broken measurement lately, and one reason for that is because of all the fake Twitter accounts out there.


With the help of NowSourcing‘s design skills, this infographic sheds some important light on how much of your following is really real and what percentage of it could be called dead weight. It’s not just the scammers who buy followers. Politicians and quite a lot of the people who we are following are also buying followers. I am not saying all of them are of course, but there are so many fake accounts out there that some will overflow to people who want nothing to do with buying followers at all. After all, these Twitter fake accounts need some weight behind them in order to look real, so they will follow anyone who is willing to follow them back, if that makes sense.


Have a look at this infographic called The Appearance Of Social Media and let yourself in on the secret about why there are so many followers who don’t communicate or interact. It’s more and more common that you will try to interact with a fake Twitter account rather than a real one. Is it annoying? Possibly so, but there are still way more real people to interact with than there are fake Twitter people. What should we do about it? I guess there is little we can do, and even though Twitter started lowering their limits, which will hurt a lot of legit businesses out there, I personally see no resolve to the problem.

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How to find leads on Twitter [infographic]

How to find leads on Twitter [infographic] | Twitter Stats, Strategies + Tips | Scoop.it
How can you tell if you have a hot, warm or cold lead on Twitter?
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Simple infographic explains how to analyze your Twitter leads.

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How to Twitter: the infographic

How to Twitter: the infographic | Twitter Stats, Strategies + Tips | Scoop.it

Just found this! Good summary of twitter for those yet to explore it. Source: Uploaded by user via David on Pinterest[...]


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Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest & LinkedIn: Global Social Media Statistics [INFOGRAPHIC]

Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest & LinkedIn: Global Social Media Statistics [INFOGRAPHIC] | Twitter Stats, Strategies + Tips | Scoop.it

This infographic takes a look at some key social media statistics from around the globe.


Did you know that Japan is the only major country where Twitter is more popular than Facebook? This year, Pinterest has seen enormous growth in the U.S. – the highest increase rate of anywhere in the world – and India is now just behind the United Kingdom in LinkedIn use, with 15 million people using the site. And they’re not planning to stop there, as India is tipped to become Facebook’s largest market by 2015...


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Maxwell Stinson's comment, December 9, 2012 8:49 PM
great infographic!
Wanda Rawlins's curator insight, December 15, 2012 8:24 AM

I didn't know that about Japan and Twitter -this is great info thanks for the share and insights.

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Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest And The Social Media Revolution [INFOGRAPHIC]

Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest And The Social Media Revolution [INFOGRAPHIC] | Twitter Stats, Strategies + Tips | Scoop.it

Social media means business – for brands of all shapes and sizes, in almost every industry and every country around the globe.


In fact, not having a well-defined and professionally-managed presence in one or more social media channels can leave the modern business looking out-of-touch and amateurish. Moreover, these platforms have consistently proven themselves to be powerful tools in the strategic arsenal of marketing and sales departments, and many firms that have been dismissive or short-sighted about the benefits of social media have suffered the consequences.


This infographic takes a closer look at some key statistics, facts and figures from this social media revolution.

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Twitter Marketing: What Results To Expect [Infographic]

Twitter Marketing: What Results To Expect [Infographic] | Twitter Stats, Strategies + Tips | Scoop.it
How many clicks should you expect from a Twitter marketing campaign? This infographic will show you the statistics for the average CTR of a tweeted link.


There are a lot of companies, brands and people who sign up for a Twitter account for one single reason only. They want to market their product, service or even themselves in a cost effective way. Twitter, and almost every other social networking platform, is great for that. It’s pretty much free and the return can be magnificent. However, as with everything, Twitter has become an ordinary occurrence in millions of people’s lives, and that makes it harder and harder to really stand out. Getting people to click on the links in your tweets is not only hard, but it seems the interactions and engagement from them are dwindling. Twitter marketing is not a lost cause though. If you do it the right way, you can still make a huge impact on your return traffic.


Everyone who has stayed on top of their statistics knows that the click through rate of a Twitter marketing link is not the same as it was a couple of years ago. Today we see people with millions of followers tweet something, and the return traffic is not even comparable to what it used to be. But that is no reason to stop using Twitter as a marketing platform. If you find the right following and continuously engage on your feed, you will stir up more click throughs and increase your traffic return.


If you have ever wondered what the average Twitter marketing link click through rate is, you should have a look at this fresh infographic called What Results Should You Expect? presented by Joanna Franchetti. The average trend is that the more followers you have, the less your Twitter marketing click through rate will be. It most likely has to do with the fact that with more followers, you get less and less personal with all of them. That in turn will make people see your tweet, but not click it.

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INFOGRAPHIC: Using Twitter for Customer Service

INFOGRAPHIC: Using Twitter for Customer Service | Twitter Stats, Strategies + Tips | Scoop.it
An infographic about how to take advantage of Twitter for customer service.
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