Need a little weekend reading?
We’ve compiled our top ten Twitter stories of the week, which includes a study that reveals that Likes, click-throughs and retweets are the top social strategy metrics for brands, news that Twitter profiles and hashtags will now be searchable on Bing, what the appearance of ‘buy now’ buttons in (selected) tweets could mean for social commerce, six ways to maintain a loyal and engaged Twitter following and the 20 most popular brands on Twitter.
Here are our top 10 Twitter stories of the week.
How do you measure the success of your social media strategy? If you’re like more than four in five brands, it’s by the numbers of Facebook Likes, link clickthroughs and Twitter retweets your campaigns receive, suggests a new study.
Bing is vying to become the supreme Twitter search tool, and it definitely has a leg up on its rival Google. In a recent announcement, Bing unveiled new ways to search Twitter hashtags, profiles and celebrity news via its search engine.
One-click shopping could soon be coming to Twitter via a “buy now” button embedded directly into tweets, allowing users to purchase products directly from the social platform and empowering brands to effectively market their products and services to a targeted audience.
As a small brand using Twitter to raise awareness of your products and services, how do you engage customers and maintain a loyal, engaged following?
@YouTube maintains its position as the most popular brand on Twitter, with its more than 43 million followers placing it well ahead of all other brands, including the official @Twitter profile.
Advertisers are increasing their spend on social, but not necessarily on social advertising, according to a new survey from Ad Age.
The FDA is looking to Twitter for another avenue to educate consumers about the possible dangers of prescription drugs.
Heavy Twitter use can have a negative impact on both your marriage and sex life, says a new study.
You’ve set your goals, identified your audience and you even have a robust measurement system in place. But you could be missing this one crucial component of a successful Twitter strategy.
The NFL is expanding its position within Twitter’s Amplify program, looking to increase exclusive content and compliment its live, televised football games.
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