A look at the main pros and cons of Twitter, TweetDeck, and Hootsuite for working with Twitter on computers and mobile devices.
Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake win the Internet and help T4L along the way! #HappyThursday
Learn what MT and .@ mean in a tweet.
Hashtags, the topic of my most successful blog post ever, are coming to Facebook.
One year ago today, I wrote my very first post about Twitter. At the time, I said that, despite the ever-building buzz, I had my doubts about how important it really was to be on it.
Twitter Lists were implemented a little while back, so I figured it’s about time I try my hand at explaining them!
In previous posts, I wrote about how you could have Twitter automatically update your Facebook status line directly from Twitter or with TweetDeck. Now you can also connect your Twitter and LinkedIn accounts so your tweets update your LinkedIn status line. And, unlike with Facebook, it works in the other direction as well–you can post an update on LinkedIn and tweet it at the same time.
Sometimes I swear the geniuses at Facebook and Twitter are in competition to see who can be the most tone deaf to their users. Twitter has just taken a giant leap ahead with their new retweet feature.
In an earlier post, Bug Alert: Some Twitter Hash Tags Don’t Show Up in Searches, I noted that one reader was having this problem, but I wasn’t able to find other examples.