Tweets that are shared often now get more page real estate and appear larger on a Twitter account’s timeline. Brands looking to attract more retweets and keep users on their pages need to optimize their tweets for maximum tweetability. But how? Pay attention to what your followers are tweeting about, and use those key words.read more
As you have likely already seen, Twitter began implementing a new design this week that has a major impact both on the interface and functionality of the site. The new look shares many similarities with Facebook and focuses more on improving the overall user experience while making it easier to navigate and filter through tweets.read more
Welcome to our weekly edition of what’s hot in social media news. To help you stay up to date with social media, here are some of the news items that caught our attention. What’s New This Week? Twitter Announces New Look for Web Profile: “The new web profile lets you use a larger profile photo, [...]This post Twitter’s New Web Profile: This Week in Social Media first appeared on Social Media Examiner.Social Media Examiner - Your Guide to the Social Media Jungle
The most important new feature for me is the highlighting of the most engaging tweets. I see this as Twitter taking its first step towards making information more relevant. The success of Twitter was due to the short, simple tweets that people could consume easily, but now that the company is publicly listed, it will be under the same pressures as Facebook to monetize its audience.read more
Twitter has been unusually quiet for the past few months. Little did we all know that the platform was about to unleash a frenzy of updates. It's like waiting ages for a bus, only for three to come at once. There's photo tagging, mobile updates, bigger profile photos, a clutter-free interface and more.read more
Last month we found out that one of the biggest reasons that folks quit Twitter is due to the lack of sorting, filtering and media. Today Twitter has announced new profile pages that should curtail concerns thanks to a handful of bold new features. The most noticeable change is the colossal profile...Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
Twitter’s powerful — and underused — Advanced Search feature has added date-range fields. Now if you are looking for tweets during a certain time period, there’s a quick and easy way to narrow down your search. Previously, such searches required users to use arcane coding...Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
It’s hard to believe that Twitter is turning 8 years old already. To celebrate their octennial existence Twitter has released a simply tool that allows users to head back in time to view their first Tweeting Experience. The #FirstTweet tool allows users to look up any account’s first...Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.