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We’ve compiled our top ten Twitter stories of the week, which includes a look at the best times to post on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other social platforms, 10 easy ways to get more retweets on Twitter, social media and the death of traditional advertising, a chart that studies the distribution of Twitter users worldwide and a social media image size cheat sheet for 2015.
Here are our top 10 Twitter stories of the week.
When’s the best time to tweet? Well, it largely depends on your audience, and goals. Business to business (B2B) marketers can expect a 14 percent uplift on weekdays, whereas business to consumer (B2C) brands see a 17 percent increase in engagement on weekends.
So, you’ve been using Twitter for a while. You’ve mastered the basics, got to grips with hashtags and figured out who to follow. Now: how do you get more retweets?
Did you know that digital media advertising spend is expected to reach $61.4 billion in 2017? And social media is going to claim a huge slice of that pie.
Twitter has 284 million active users, but how many of those are from outside the United States?
Whether you’re brand new to social media or consider yourself a bonafide marketing ninja, setting up a new Twitter profile or Facebook Page can be a laboriously time-consuming process, especially when it comes to working out the sizes of all the images you need to make your channels – or those of your clients – stand out from the crowd.
It’s a new year, which means new challenges for digital brands. So what can we expect in 2015?
While traveling this year, did use Twitter whilst on your trip? What about before, to help plan your vacation?
An analysis of 100 of the world’s top consumer brands has found that those using Twitter respond to just one in five tweets from followers, including messages asking for help or support.
As a brand, what’s the best way to determine which social media content most interests your audience?
Twitter’s new video product, which will allow users to record, edit and post video directly through the Twitter mobile app, will launch in the next few weeks, according to people familiar with the matter.
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