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How To Create A Perfect Tweet [INFOGRAPHIC]

How To Create A Perfect Tweet [INFOGRAPHIC] | visualizing social media | Scoop.it
Much has been written about how to write the perfect tweet, from what link shortener to use to how many characters to leave room for retweets.
Now the folks at Neomobile have tried their hand at creating a guide to composing the perfect tweet.

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Pyramid Point Acct.'s curator insight, March 9, 2015 8:44 AM

how to write a best tweet....

Martin (Marty) Smith's curator insight, March 13, 2015 7:58 AM

Great Brian Yanish share (as always).

Tamasa Nelson's curator insight, March 16, 2015 10:49 PM

Info graphics are a great way to assemble and distribute information, especially data in one document. Teachers can request their students to compile data and create a visual to share quantifiable information.

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The Journey of a Tweet: Infographic

The Journey of a Tweet: Infographic | visualizing social media | Scoop.it

Twitter is a cultural phenomenon that has changed the way we communicate around the world. This infographic shows the literal journey of a tweet - from the initial tweet to the retweet and beyond.


This graph shows that a single tweet can cross social media channels in mere seconds. In this age of quick technology, people are getting information at such a rapid rate that it’s hard to keep up at times...

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Maria Persson's curator insight, May 16, 2013 1:01 AM

Look closely...where do your tweets go in your 'professional circles'?

EmbroidMe New Lenox's curator insight, May 16, 2013 9:34 AM

Amazing how information sharing has changed in such a short amount of time with Twitter.

Joe Wise's curator insight, May 16, 2013 5:32 PM

Always wondered what the .....

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Infographic: Watch Tweets Appear Worldwide in Real-Time

Infographic: Watch Tweets Appear Worldwide in Real-Time | visualizing social media | Scoop.it

By Franck Ernewein, Tweetping is a map that shows where everyone in the whole world is tweeting from in real time.


Much like Poptip’s treatment of Twitter, you’re not really meant to follow it all. Country-by-country tickers do track the total tweets, words, and characters sent since you signed on, but hashtags and @-mentions flash for milliseconds, constantly replaced by a stream of data that can’t be paused for a moment, lest the system fall perpetually behind. Meanwhile, the geolocations of each tweet make their way to a world map as a glowing dot. As the tweets pile up, so do the dots, meaning the world transforms from prehistoric shadows to blindingly bright connectivity in a matter of minutes.

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Philippe Trebaul's curator insight, March 2, 2013 6:36 AM
Infographic: Watch Tweets Appear Worldwide in Real-Time.

"By Franck Ernewein, Tweetping is a map that shows where everyone in the whole world is tweeting from in real time.


Much like Poptip’s treatment of Twitter, you’re not really meant to follow it all. Country-by-country tickers do track the total tweets, words, and characters sent since you signed on, but hashtags and @-mentions flash for milliseconds, constantly replaced by a stream of data that can’t be paused for a moment, lest the system fall perpetually behind. Meanwhile, the geolocations of each tweet make their way to a world map as a glowing dot. As the tweets pile up, so do the dots, meaning the world transforms from prehistoric shadows to blindingly bright connectivity in a matter of minutes".


Infographic: Watch Tweets Appear Worldwide in Real-Time via @MYDstudio http://sco.lt/...


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2012 Olympics: The Social Media Winners [INFOGRAPHIC]

2012 Olympics: The Social Media Winners [INFOGRAPHIC] | visualizing social media | Scoop.it
For months leading up to the 2012 Olympics in London, the event was hyped as the “world’s first social Games.” Now that the Olympics and all their athletic glory have finally passed after 17 exciting days, which athletes and events captured most of the social conversation?

Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt was the big winner, with more than 960,000 mentions during the Games. American swimmer Michael Phelps took social silver with over 830,000 mentions. British diver Tom Daley was the third-most buzzed about athlete, with close to 490,000 mentions — partially, no doubt, the result of a widely publicized incident in which he outed a hateful troll on Twitter.

Among sports, soccer sparked the most chatter, followed by basketball and volleyball. McDonald’s took home branding gold by generating more than 150,000 social mentions. Coca-Cola and Visa placed second and third among corporations looking to capitalize on the Games.

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What Fuels the Most Influential Tweets?

What Fuels the Most Influential Tweets? | visualizing social media | Scoop.it
The number of followers you have and the exact wording matter less than you think. What makes a difference is having the right message for the right people.

"Influence" doesn't necessarily mean what you think it does. In the age of the social-media celebrity, a glut of Twitter followers or particularly pugnacious sampling of pithy updates are often the hallmarks of an influencer. But new research suggests that influence is situational at best: as people compete for the attention of the broader online ecosystem, the relevance of your message to the existing conversation of those around you trumps any innate "power" a person may have...

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The Life of a Tweet « Measuring Online Influence: The Official Klout Blog

The Life of a Tweet « Measuring Online Influence: The Official Klout Blog | visualizing social media | Scoop.it

How long does your content last? We took a look at the life of a tweet for influencers with different Klout Scores. We found influencers with a Klout Score above 75 have a half-life up to 70 times longer than those with a Score between 30 and 70. Messages from these high-scoring individuals stay active and meaningful for a longer time, illustrating their influence.

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10 Twitter Analytics & Visualization Tools

10 Twitter Analytics & Visualization Tools | visualizing social media | Scoop.it

A list of tools to add value by presenting a different way to visualize or analyze your tweets, the people in your network, and the tweets from people in your network...

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Billions of Geotagged Tweets Visualized in Twitter's Amazing Maps

Billions of Geotagged Tweets Visualized in Twitter's Amazing Maps | visualizing social media | Scoop.it

Ever wonder what it would look like to plot every single geotagged tweet since 2009 on a map? Twitter has done just that.

 

Twitter posted these maps of Europe, New York City, Tokyo and Istanbul on its blog Friday. They use billions of geotagged tweets: Every dot represents a tweet, with the brighter colors showing a higher concentration of tweets. It's pretty amazing how the mapped-out tweets clearly match with population centers, highways and the like — though perhaps that's obvious.

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Neil Ferree's curator insight, June 2, 2013 1:04 PM

Some smart guy said Twitter is not a Technology • It's a Conversation and will ocurr with or without you and knowing where the conversation is happening can be very useful to online marketers who use Twitter

Miles Gibson's curator insight, October 5, 2014 9:41 PM

Unit 1 Nature and Perspectives of Geography.                                 This is a map of all of the geotagged twitter posts from 2009 to now in the United States. Its shows population distribution and points of interest that people like to travel to. It shows dense population centers and highways. You can see the roads in the map because of space in the map not covered. The brighter colors are in higher population and more popular travel destinations. This is a map of many types.                                                                                                          This map is a part of unit 1 because it is a map of a basic geographic concept. This map is a functional map of sorts because it shows points of travel that people go to, but it is not varied by distance so it is not a precise version. This map is a definite example of a thematic map because it shows the story of the travel destinations of five years of their lives.            

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How to Build the Perfect Tweet: an infographic guide

How to Build the Perfect Tweet: an infographic guide | visualizing social media | Scoop.it

A tweet only has 140 characters; with such a small amount of characters at your disposal, you need to make the most of each one.


The perfect tweet consists of three main parts: your message, a link and blank space. Here's what each section should include:

Message:

  • Call to action: Tell readers what you want them to do.
  • Hashtags: Include one or two to increase your reach among people who don't follow you.
  • Tone: Use your own voice, but in a professional way.
  • Format: Use a mix of headlines, questions and statistics to drive clicks and retweets.

Link:

  • Shortened URLs: Bit.ly links earn the most retweets.

Blank space:

  • Leave room for at least 20 characters at the end of your tweet so retweeters can add comments.

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Comment construire le Tweet Perfect ? Un guide d'infographie.

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"Un tweet a seulement 140 caractères, w vec une telle petite quantité de caractères à votre disposition, vous avez besoin pour tirer le meilleur de chacun.


Le tweet parfaite se compose de trois parties principales: Votre message, un lien et un espace vide. Voici ce que chaque section doit inclure:

Message:

  • Appel à l'action: Dites aux lecteurs ce que vous voulez qu'ils fassent.
  • Hashtags: Inclure un ou deux pour augmenter votre portée chez les personnes qui ne vous suivent.
  • Tonalité: Utilisez votre propre voix, mais d'une manière professionnelle.
  • Format: Utiliser un mélange de titres, des questions et des statistiques de conduire clics et retweets.

Lien:

  • URL raccourcie: Bit.ly liens gagner le plus de retweets.

Espace vide:

  • Laissez un espace d'au moins 20 caractères à la fin de votre tweet donc retweeters pouvez ajouter des commentaires.

Consultez le graphique pour plus d'informations "...



How to Build the Perfect Tweet: an infographic guide via @kanter http://sco.lt/...




ParadigmGallery's comment, March 6, 2013 12:21 PM
ugh..come a long way but always more to learn...space at end of tweet for added comments and RT's ....WOW
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11 Effective Twitter Strategies for Brands

11 Effective Twitter Strategies for Brands | visualizing social media | Scoop.it

Brands could be missing out on opportunities to engage with consumers on Twitter, and this is a compilation of best practices to leverage the social media platform for businesses.

The report, 'Strategies for Effective Tweeting: A Statistical Review', found that many brands aren’t always using Twitter effectively and outlines the top strategies for engaging with consumers. This data looks at user engagement for the top 320 brands on Twitter to see how successful they were at getting @replies and retweets. Their engagement rates were also assessed to quantify the relationship between @replies and retweets based on their number of followers.


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Where the World's Tweets Come From, Visualized

Where the World's Tweets Come From, Visualized | visualizing social media | Scoop.it

If you've ever wondered where all the world's tweets come from, wonder no more. This visualization, put together by researchers at the Oxford Internet Institute, shows the origins of the entire globe's tweets.

The data set comprises a sample of 20 percent of the planet's geocoded tweets taken during a week-long period in March of this year...

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How To Increase Clicks On Your Tweets [Infographic]

How To Increase Clicks On Your Tweets [Infographic] | visualizing social media | Scoop.it
This infographic tells you how to get more clicks on Twitter by changing the length of your tweets, the position of the link and the frequency...
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The Internet Has A Short Attention Span

The Internet Has A Short Attention Span | visualizing social media | Scoop.it
What's the lifespan of a link?...

According to research by link-shortening service Bit.ly, click rates drop by half after about three hours for links posted on Twitter, Facebook, and regular Web pages. For hot news stories, the dropoff is even faster -- within the first five minutes, those links get half the clicks they'll ever receive.

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