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Twitter Releases New Christmas Shopping Data for Australian Users #Infographic

Twitter has released a new infographic looking at Christmas shopping behaviors among Australian users.

Source: www.socialmediatoday.com

 
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20 Ways to Give Your Tweets Stopping Power (Plus One Killer Traffic Building Tip)

Twitter has been taking it on the chin in the media, but its prominence remains. Though growth has slowed, Twitter’s 320-million current active users represent an all-time high.

 

If the race is about users, Facebook gets the gold with 1.7 billion active users. However, according to Edison Research, Twitter users are three times more likely to follow brands than Facebook users. 49% of monthly Twitter users follow brands or companies, compared to just 16% of social network users overall.

Source: kimgarst.com

 
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Speed up customer service with quick replies & welcome messages in Direct Messages

New features in Direct Messages help people get resolutions to customer service requests faster and easier, whether from human support teams or through automated experiences.

Source: blog.twitter.com

 
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Twitter is killing off Vine

Twitter is killing off Vine, the short-form video app it once hoped would complement its text-based network with a vibrant community of independent creators. The mobile app will be discontinued “in coming months,” the company said. A source told The Verge that significant layoffs hit Vine today, though Twitter declined to specify how many at Vine were affected or whether any employees were being offered new jobs.

Source: www.theverge.com

 
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3 Ways to Extend the Life of Your Content by @JulieGTR @scoopit

All things being equal, content that generates results over a long period will win over content with a shorter life span.

But time is a difficult thing in content marketing. With 9,100 tweets scrolling by per second, the average lifetime of a single tweet is no more than 18 minutes. Twitter is our live radio broadcast, Facebook is live TV. Content doesn’t stick there, but is washed away by the next update almost as soon as you’ve hit publish.

Source: contentmarketinginstitute.com

Great article with a ton of helpful tips for you to use in your content marketing strategy.

 
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