Back in September, Twitter announced that they’d be redesigning the Tweet and follow buttons. As part of this change, the share counters has now gone away.
The change caused a lot of complaints from marketers and others. Twitter offered a better explanation for why they’re making the change, though many still believe it’s simply a move to get more money or just plain screw them.
It’s not a bad thing that Twitter share counters are went away. It’s actually good. Here’s why you shouldn’t be sad to see them go.
Each year, many feel the need to declare a resolution for the year to come. These New Year’s resolutions are a way to set goals for becoming a better person and living a better life in the new year.
For many, these resolutions are something they keep to themselves or share with a couple special folks, like their partner or close friends. With the invention of social media, people now have an outlet to share those goals with a wider audience and even have that audience hold them accountable for their resolutions. Here’s a look at the top New Year’s resolutions of Twitter users for 2016.
Today, Twitter announced a new look for photos on the social media site. These changes will mean a better visual experience for users and bring a number of benefits for brands too. Let’s take a look at the new changes and what they mean to marketers.
Twitter launched Polls in October and they’ve brought plenty of great new engagement to the social media platform. While the addition has created new engagement opportunities, Twitter Polls have a number of limitations. One of these was that they only allowed 2 choices, answers A and B. Luckily, Twitter has already updated their polls and made them better.
Twitter Polls are a wonderful new way to engage with your audience and gather helpful insight. They make it simple for your following to give you their opinion on all types of questions.
Getting the best results from Twitter Polls means knowing how they function and are seen by your followers. It also means knowing how they aren’t seen. Here’s one important item to consider when using Twitter Polls as part of your social media strategy.
Twitter recently announced the launch of Polls. They’re a great way to engage with your audience and get awesome insights into how they feel about a huge range of questions.
As Polls roll out across the network, users are sure to see many opportunities to use this new feature to engage their following and learn from them. Here’s what you need to know about Twitter Polls to get started.