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How To Send A Power Tweet That Increases Engagement by 400%

How To Send A Power Tweet That Increases Engagement by 400% | Serial Twitter | Scoop.it
There is a Twitter tool that synergizes, feeds and enhances the Twitter and Blogging ecosystems that promises to make your tweets live longer and as a marketer and a blogger that sounds like something I may be "very" interested in!

 

The web is a seething mass of people sharing on social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube and they are monster networks with hundreds of millions of participants that drive billions of shares and tweets.


It is estimated that every 20 minutes on Facebook, 1 million links are shared and each month 30 billion pieces of content are posted.

 

On Twitter this hyperactivity continues with 1 billion tweets shared every week.

 

Underneath these social media giants sits secondary and tertiary social networks and applications that feed off their activity. These platforms provide niche communities with places to play, share and explore in an ever changing landscape of ecosystems that tempt you with features and tools that are designed to engage you and addict you.

 

Are You a Hyper Active Social Media Participant?...

 

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How to use Twitter to monitor your brand

How to use Twitter to monitor your brand | Serial Twitter | Scoop.it

Tips & tools for tracking what’s being said about your nonprofit


Target audience: Nonprofits, NGOs, cause organizations, social enterprises, businesses, brands, bloggers, social media managers, individuals.

 

This is part of our ongoing series on how organizations can get the most out of Twitter. Please see below for other installments in this series.

 

People are talking about your nonprofit, especially on Twitter. Research shows that one out of three Twitter users talk about brands in their tweets. You don’t have the time to moniter your organization’s Twitter stream all day long, hoping to catch any mentions of your name... 


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Focus on Art, Not on Features: Simple Online Tools for Writers

Focus on Art, Not on Features: Simple Online Tools for Writers | Serial Twitter | Scoop.it

As computer applications mature and its base of users grow, companies tend to continually tweak their functions and add features so that the programs can meet everyone’s needs. Sometimes, the changes are universally accepted, but other times it marginalizes users looking for a specialized and lightweight program.

 

Some writers believe that modern word processors have so many features and options that it interrupts their focus and actually hinders their creative efforts. Because of this hindrance, some writers have forsaken the computer and instead use typewriters or pen and paper.


That said, using those tools may also hinder the ability to create prolifically, but that’s the tradeoff...


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Tom George's comment, November 18, 2011 4:22 PM
Great Sccoop.it page really glad I found it. Thanks.
Martin Gysler's comment, November 18, 2011 6:21 PM
Thanks, I'm glad that you like it :)
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Focus on Art, Not on Features: Simple Online Tools for Writers

Focus on Art, Not on Features: Simple Online Tools for Writers | Serial Twitter | Scoop.it

As computer applications mature and its base of users grow, companies tend to continually tweak their functions and add features so that the programs can meet everyone’s needs. Sometimes, the changes are universally accepted, but other times it marginalizes users looking for a specialized and lightweight program.

 

Some writers believe that modern word processors have so many features and options that it interrupts their focus and actually hinders their creative efforts. Because of this hindrance, some writers have forsaken the computer and instead use typewriters or pen and paper.


That said, using those tools may also hinder the ability to create prolifically, but that’s the tradeoff...


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Tom George's comment, November 18, 2011 4:22 PM
Great Sccoop.it page really glad I found it. Thanks.
Martin Gysler's comment, November 18, 2011 6:21 PM
Thanks, I'm glad that you like it :)
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ThinkUp 1.0: Reclaim your tweets and Facebook posts

ThinkUp 1.0: Reclaim your tweets and Facebook posts | Serial Twitter | Scoop.it

Expert Labs has released version 1.0 of ThinkUp, a program that lets people archive, search, and analyze their activity on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+.

And if you ask me, this is a big deal.

 

ThinkUp, the free, open-source brainchild of programmer and Lifehacker founder Gina Trapani, keeps track of what you've done online. It extracts the data from the walled gardens that house more and more of people's digital lives then replants it in your own garden.


The app isn't simple to install, unfortunately. You need some server administration skills so you can host ThinkUp on your own Web server or run it on an instance of Amazon's EC2 cloud-computing service. (More on that point later.)...


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Martin Gysler's comment, November 18, 2011 1:32 PM
Thanks for the share :)
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7 top tools to measure performance & influence on Twitter

7 top tools to measure performance & influence on Twitter | Serial Twitter | Scoop.it
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Where to find stats, metrics & analytics for you & your brand
Target audience: Nonprofits, NGOs, cause organizations, social enterprises, businesses, brands, bloggers, social media managers, individuals.


This is the part of our ongoing series on how organizations can get the most out of Twitter. Please check back weekly for the next installment.


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The Write Connection's comment, November 9, 2011 8:05 PM
Thanks Martin this is most useful. I have rescooped