History, As Recorded on Twitter, Is Vanishing From The Web, Say Computer Scientists

(SourcE: http://www.technologyreview.com/view/429274/history-as-recorded-on-twitter-is-vanishing-from/) Almost 30 per cent of recorded history, shared over social media such as Twitter, has disapeared, according to a new study of the Egyptian uprising and other significant events 14 comments THE PHYSICS ARXIV BLOG Wednesday, September 19, 2012 On 25 January 2011, a popular uprising began in Egypt that  led to the overthrow … Continue reading

20 Essential Tips for Better Twitter Etiquette

(Source: http://goinswriter.com/twitter-etiquette/) I’ve been on Twitter almost since it started. I love it. While it’s become more mainstream recently, I still find a lot of people misusing Twitter. To be fair, it’s a user-driven platform, so the “rules” are always changing. Still, there are some simple practices anyone can use on Twitter to make you not look like such a … Continue reading

Your Simple Guide to Launching a Twitter Advertising Campaign Read more: http://blog.hubspot.com/blog/tabid/6307/bid/33444/Your-Simple-Guide-to-Launching-a-Twitter-Advertising-Campaign.aspx#ixzz24lv9F9Yv

(source: http://blog.hubspot.com/blog/tabid/6307/bid/33444/Your-Simple-Guide-to-Launching-a-Twitter-Advertising-Campaign.aspx) So you want to start using Twitter’s Promoted Tweets, huh? You’ve weighed the pros and cons, and decided that experimenting with Twitter’s PPC advertising feature is a good move for your business. Alright then — let’s get you started with this simple guide containing everything you need to know to make the most of your … Continue reading

This New Tool Could Be the Future of Measuring Sentiment on Social Media

(source: http://www.entrepreneur.com/blog/224162?cam=Dev&ctp=Carousel&cdt=18&cdn=224162) This New Tool Could Be the Future of Measuring Sentiment on Social Media Business owners might soon have a new way to interpret content on Twitter that’s related to their brand. Emoto 2012 — a collaboration between U.K.-based digital art festival FutureEverything and MIT’s SENSEable City Lab — is a new tool that is being used to interpret the global response … Continue reading