There are a lot of free tools out there to track hashtags or determine which hashtags to use. We’ve listed a few here, and also shown below and example of Talkwalker and Hashtagify in use for really basic functions. If you pay, then you’ll get a lot more functionality. TALKWALKER – https://www.talkwalker.com/hashtag-tracking HASHTAGIFY – http://hashtagify.me/ RITETAG – https://ritetag.com/...Read more
Twitter is considering the option of extending how many characters you can tweet at one time. Currently 10,000 characters is the suggestion, which would be the same as the current amount of characters allowed in the private messaging option. Don’t worry though, this doesn’t mean that you will have long articles overwhelming your timeline. It...Read more
Twitter ranks as one of the most popular social networks – and its influence has expanded rapidly into the B2B sector with 85% of those marketers who use social media using Twitter as part of their strategy, so ignore this valuable channel at your peril. If you’ve never run a Twitter campaign though, just how...Read more
Managing long Twitter lists can be a pain, especially when you need to manually check who is or is not a member of a particular list. @JuliaBramble, a social media manager, mentioned this as a particular problem when trying to organise a client’s followers and I thought I could put together something using Google Docs...Read more
Sysomos has done some interesting research based on two months of analysing twitter. It seems that only 29% of tweets get a reaction and very few tweets (6%) are re-tweeted.