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People are now logging onto Twitter to see not only what their friends, but what the rest of the world thinks about what’s happening on television. TV shows, events, breaking news – everything that is happening in the world and being broadcast now comes with its own set of instant reviews, debates, insights and conversations
Brands should resist the temptation of the ‘non-apology’ apology, the one written by lawyers fearful of the fallout from a possible class action. These non-apologies often manage to avoid the use of words such as ‘sorry’ or ‘we apologise’ completely.
For a brand, having a successful Twitter presence is like having your stand noticed at an overcrowded trade show - you have to work for your customers’ attention and you have to work even harder to retain it. Here are some Twitter tips.
" Many of you will know that LinkedIn recently got rid of their events application so why not consider Google+ as a replacement? I would predict that in order to have success with this, it’s about building small niche communities and not to try and grow it to the numbers to some of the LinkedIn groups you have."
While there was an abundance of exciting stories that came out of the London Games this year, one of the most unique was that of Twitter itself. Over the 16 days of competition, Twitter drew over 150 million tweets. The world watched together and reacted together, with the site providing an important outlet for users to collect and exploit data.