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Links 1 through 10 of 56 by Viviane Tang tagged Twitter

Twitter is a great way to build a relationship with your target audience and influencers in that space. Those people may blog about you and share your content elsewhere. These potential inbound links and the traffic your fans drive to your content are worth the time invested in running a Twitter account.

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I found that among very popular blogs, publishing multiple times per day led to a huge increase in a blog’s success. This tells us that rather than focusing one perfect day or time, we should aim to publish at many times, and on many days.

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Gladwell disputes the usefulness of social media in motivating and coordinating high-risk activism. A very interesting look at the difference in utility between strong ties and weak ties. (via @sitps)

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If you’re going to tweet to kinky girls (or to any girl for that matter), there’s some basics that you should know...On Twitter, the unwritten rule is to be a human being.

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As for how TBK was outed? She explained to us in an email that she had originally signed up for a Twitter account under her real name, then quickly changed it when she saw it showed up on her profile. However, Twitter apparently saved the name, and "third party social media search engines such as Topsy crawled and found this glitch and spread it around the internet." The result: when her boss Googled her last week, he found her blog, although the blog itself never listed her name (and, she notes, "two weeks ago, doing that same search yielded nothing incriminating").

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We follow your twitter feed, and whenever a status you tweet or re-tweet contains URLs, we add them to your delicious.com bookmarks. Optionally, bookmark URLs in @replies to you, and in tweets you mark as Favorites.

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So, as a former journalist (stringer for AP and Editor at AOL News) may I offer these tips on how use Twitter to report breaking or unfolding news or events.

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So why did I do it? To show you, twitter, and Google how allowing user-generated pages on authority sites that are page rank black holes is an incredibly bad idea.

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Opening up a Twitter-powered channel in class—which several professors at other universities are experimenting with as well—alters classroom power dynamics and signals to students that they're in control. Fans of the approach applaud technology that promises to change professors' role from "sage on the stage" to "guide on the side." Those phrases are familiar to education reformers, who have long argued that colleges must make education more interactive to hold the interest of today's students.

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