What was your favorite social media update of July 2016?
Twitter advertising revenue and ad engagement grew in Q2 of 2016, but the company also reported less overall advertiser demand than expected.
Anyone can now submit a form to have their account verified on Twitter.
Twitter has opened Gnip’s Audience API to provide more audience data to brands about users who see and engage with their tweets and visit their website.
When are brands and businesses most responsive on Twitter? A new addition to Twitter profiles aims to make this clearer to users.
Earlier this week, Twitter announced a new feature called ‘Stickers’. Essentially, theses are a mash-up of hashtags, emoticons, and Snapchat filters all in one easy-to-use photo features.
Twitter Dashboard is a desktop and iOS app that helps busy SMBs engage with their current customers and reach new customers. Here’s how to get started.
Twitter and Vine users can now share videos up to 140 seconds in length. Twitter has also launched a new app for public figures and bought Magic Pony.
Your content might go viral, but it also might never get read. Turns out a majority of the links shared on Twitter will never get clicked on.
Emoji keyword targeting is coming to Twitter Ads. You can target Twitter users who have recently tweeted or engaged with tweets that include emojis.
May saw various shifts among numerous social networks, plus some feedback on recent changes.
Twitter automation is a great help for small businesses and busy individuals. But it’s just a tool programmed to function a certain way. Don’t let it lull you into a false sense of security.
According to a report from Bloomberg Today, in as few as two weeks, Twitter will no longer count photos and URLs as characters in tweets.
See why Twitter timeline change is good for your brand, and why you should keep loving it and start incorporating a content-driven strategy into your social media tactics today.
A total of 10 games will be live streamed on Twitter for free throughout the 2016 NFL regular season.
Have you noticed any difference in the amount of shares your posts have received since Twitter removed the share count?
January has come and gone, and, as usual, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram rolled our a slew of enhancements.
With only 140 characters to get your message across, is it still worth trying to squeeze a “please retweet” CTA into your tweets?
Here are a few brands who are succeeding at keeping it real on social media and creating solid, human connections in the process.
Here’s a look at what IHOP is doing on social media and how they could improve, coupled with how and why Denny’s is taking the (pan)cake in terms of their social presence.