Twitter’s Trendrr Acquisition: A Boost to its Social TV Efforts

February 3, 2014

There was the ubiquitous television and then came along social media which is on its way to become ubiquitous too. At the intersection where Television meets social media, the scene is vibrant, to say the least. Social TV is what you get at that intersection and it’s huge. People like to talk about what they […]

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Guidelines for Twitter Marketing

October 25, 2013

Twitter has become increasingly popular as an online marketing platform for many businesses. With this social network, you can keep track of recent developments in your industry, connect with like-minded people and get word out about your products or services. Here are some Twitter marketing tips which will enhance your chances of success. 1. Include […]

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Some Tools that you can Use for Better Twitter Management

August 12, 2013

Even 140 characters can be enough to sow a revolution. Twitter has a great spread and catchy tweets often go viral. However, to enhance the impact of the tweets you compose, you need to reach out to a wider audience and only a good count of followers can ensure that. It does not matter that […]

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Tweet More than 140 chars: Tall Tweets

June 11, 2013

So today and from now we live in a modern era, where being socially active has a lot of role to play in your business, especially if you work online. So you fellows might be knowing, that Twitter is the most powerful social tool now at the moment for making things work and really advertising […]

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How to Use Twitter Effectively for Business

March 6, 2013

Twitter is a social media network which is becoming increasingly popular with many businesses. It can be used as a tool for creating increased awareness about your brand or business, as well as building relationships with customers. However, Twitter is only effective when used in the right way. Here are some tips which will help […]

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What Twitter Accounts Do You Follow?

January 19, 2013

When it comes to Twitter, following the right people makes all of the difference in how much fun and information you can pick up from the social media site. There are some Twitter accounts that are necessary to follow. Several highly-followed individuals’ posts can offer special insight and valuable information into a relatable subject. Some […]

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How To Update Your Twitter & Facebook Status With Siri

January 6, 2012

Having a jog in the morning and want to respond to a text, travelling to a distance place and want to know the weather condition or trying to locate your favorite restaurant and you do not know the directions, Siri is there for your rescue. Even when you’re driving or you need a break from […]

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The New Twitter

January 4, 2012

As an example of how to finish the year strong and make 2012 a fresh start, Twitter rolled out the microblog’s most extensive overhaul ever last month. TweetDeck got tweaked, the website’s been reorganized, the iOS and Android apps were updated, and some new icons have popped up. Unlike the mass revolts that take place […]

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4 Important Reasons Why Twitter Marketing Is A Must

October 4, 2011

You can grow faster and easier, when you use twitter as a marketing system. I want to share with you some amazing discoveries about twitter marketing. If you take action and apply these secrets to your marketing campaigns, the sky is your starting point. When you incorporate the 3 giants of social media like Facebook, […]

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Netflix’s Most Recent Social Media PR Debacle: Meet Jason Castillo

September 20, 2011

Pretty much all of the recent news surrounding Netflix has been bad. They have increased the price for subscribers to both of their services from $9.99 a month to $15.99 a month. They are imposing a limit on the amount of content users can simultaneously stream. They are also facing harsh negotiation deals from major […]

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“I Can Stalk U” – Raising Awareness About Inadvertent Information Sharing

July 20, 2010

As if wasn’t enough, has also launched a website to take advantage of the geo location information that people inadvertently shares online, mainly focusing on Twitter tweets. presents a twitter feed on their front page with the title “What are people really saying in their tweets?” – instead of showing the actual […]

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Twitter Bug: Force People To Follow You

May 11, 2010

Shortly after Facebook’s privacy settings exploit (video) went around the world, a bug has also been found in another social media network; Twitter. While the Twitter bug is not as serious as the Facebook one, it’s still a bug that is related to one of the main features of Twitter – the follow/unfollow system. Apparently, […]

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Conan O’Brien On Twitter: Sarah Killen, Your Life Is About To Change

March 5, 2010

Conan O’Brien, you might have heard of him in relation to Jay Leno and The Tonight Show. Long story short, he has over 500,000 followers on Twitter – and he doesn’t follow anybody himself. Until 1 hour ago, where he wrote this tweet: Sarah Killen, who is @LovelyButton, up until a few hours ago had […]

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Twitter as DDoS Tool To Crash Websites – You’re Guilty!

March 4, 2010

If you’re a Twitter user and you follow one of the really big guys with like a million other followers, you could – without knowing it – actually be part of a DDoS attack. DDoS stands for “Distributed Denial of Service” and is used to describe what happens when a website receives so many requests […]

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Bloody Sexual Twitter DM’s. Go Away!

March 1, 2010

The micro-blogging social network, Twitter, recently reached 50 million daily tweets, so it’s safe to say that Twitter is getting more and more popular as time goes by. Just like anything else popular, some people will try to exploit for. For Twitter, it’s often spammers. For instance, I follow many Twitter users because of TweetAdder […]

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Twitter: 50 Million Tweets Per Day

February 25, 2010

Take a good look at the graph to the right (click it to enlarge). Go back to the summer of 2009 and Twitter had 10 million tweets a day. Fast forward to January 2010 and they’re at 50 million tweets per day. That’s a lot of tweets and a new milestone just reached by Twitter. […]

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“EgoTweeting” Review: An eBook On Ego- And Business Marketing Using Twitter

February 24, 2010

This is a brand new eBook, just released. Written by my good friend over at – and because I’m lucky enough to know him, I was allowed to read and review it, before it was released, which is why I’m very excited to finally be able to tell you about it, now that it’s […]

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Twitter Mashup: 100 Megapixel Profile Picture

January 16, 2010

LarsD from over at has created a program (still command line based, I believe) that will create a 100 megapixel mosaic picture, based on your Twitter followers and it will eventually look like your own profile picture. For testing purpose, he used my Twitter profile picture. Here’s a video of how 50,000 profile pictures […]

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Tweet Adder – How To Clean Up Twitter After Gaining 100’s Of Followers

January 14, 2010

Yesterday I told you how I gained 500 Twitter followers in just 5 days. That post came out rather long so here’s the other half of it, which is about “cleaning up after yourself”. One thing I’ve learned from my experience with Tweet Adder, is that many Twitter users are using some kind of “automation” […]

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How I Got 500 Targeted Twitter Followers In 5 Days With Tweet Adder

January 13, 2010

This is a story on how I went from less than 500 followers to over 1,000 followers in just 5 days at a rather low cost. There is a cost, it’s not free. However, this cost is unimportant if you’re serious about Twitter and you’re looking to get targeted Twitter followers that you can connect […]

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How To Make Me UnFollow You On Twitter

November 17, 2009

When I decide who to follow on Twitter, it’s usually a mix of some of the following parameters: Their ratio of following/followers Their amount of followers The language they tweet in What they tweet about (topics) How often they tweet How many RT’s How many useless quotes from “famous people” And then I also look […]

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Four Reasons Why I <3 Twittley

November 16, 2009

Twittley is a Digg-like Twitter community where users can “vote” on articles by tweeting them. The more tweets doesn’t necessarily mean a post will be made popular. It depends on the weight of those voting (tweeting) them. On the frontpage of Twittley you will find their Popular section, showing what articles are popular right now. […]

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New Twitter Feature (BETA): Retweet To Share Tweets

November 15, 2009

Logging into yesterday, I found this appeared at the top of the page: Since it says that I’m part of the beta group, I assume not all of you have seen this one before, which is why I decided to share it with you and give a heads up of what you might be […]

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Twittley – A Digg-Like Twitter Community (Button Shuffle Colors)

November 8, 2009

Twittley is Twitter tool that allows your blog/website visitors to easily tweet your posts to their Twitter feed, just like Tweetmeme does it. Twittley however, also offers Digg-like features on the Twittley website. Just like you can vote on articles on Digg, by digging them, you can vote on articles on Twittley by tweeting them. […]

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