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The Life of a Twitter Influencer [Infographic]

While Twitter may not be the most utilized social media platform, it’s still one of the most effective and relevant channels to start online conversation – and maybe even spark a social movement. At Webfluential, I often give advice to influencers on their social value and how they can improve it. While …

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Goodbye Vine. It’s Been A Blast!

Everyone, try to hold on to your tears. Vine, the beloved 6-second looping video platform that arguably set the road for the video apps to come, is shutting down. For real.  The announcement is shocking, but it came as no surprise to those in-the-know. Twitter is going back to MVP format – …

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5 New Social Platform Features You Need to Know About

Almost every day, there’s something new in the social media space . With so many platforms now (there are more than 200 social media apps in existence), and billions of users across the world, there’s also an increasing need to innovate and evolve in order to stay ahead of the …

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All Video Content is Not Created Equal

There has been a great deal of talk around video metrics on social media, such as average view time, completion rate, etc. But really, companies should be focused more on the quality of the video content. The classic quote somewhat applies: “if you build it, they will come” – however, make sure the …

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iOS Users Can Tell Twitter, ‘I Don’t Like This Tweet’

Have you ever been on Twitter and thought to yourself, “I don’t like this tweet?” iOS users can now share those exact sentiments with the social network. Alex Kantrowitz of BuzzFeed News reported that Twitter quietly introduced an “I don’t like this tweet option” for iOS users last week, and a Twitter …

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Twitter Gives Publishers A New Way To Make Money From Their Videos

Twitter has announced a new way for creators of video content to earn money from pre-roll ads that appear in their video content.  As of Wednesday, Twitter is extending its current revenue-sharing program, allowing more creators “of all sizes” to use it. Any video creator approved by the Amplify Publisher …

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How the 2016 Rio Olympics Dominated Social Media

With the 2016 Olympic Games now in the books, both Twitter and Facebook have provided a range of data and stats on how the Olympics-related conversations dominated social over the past two weeks. First up, on Twitter the 2016 Olympics inspired 187 million tweets and generated 75 billion total impressions. …

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Advertisers Can Now Create Their Own Twitter Stickers

Twitter stickers were introduced just a few weeks ago, but they may already be the new way for Twitter to make some money. According to the company, users are adding stickers to “millions of photos” since their launch, and Twitter is now letting advertisers pay to create their own promoted stickers which users …

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Twitter suspended 235,000 accounts promoting terrorism over last six months

Twitter has taken its commitment to combatting violent extremism to new heights. The microblogging site has suspended 235,000 accounts for violating its terms prohibiting violent threats and promoting terrorism over the last six months, Twitter announced Thursday via a blog post. In February 2016, Twitter revealed it had suspended 125,000 …

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