According to a recent study by Pew Research Center, Twitter users tend to be younger, wealthier, more educated and politically more liberal than the rest of the population of the United States, especially those who actually tweet. Interestingly, only …
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Dictionaries reap more fans with new social media voice
Seeking to shed their staid image, some dictionaries are pepping things up on social media, according to the New York Times. Livelier tweets have brought a certain amount of controversy, …
At the same time Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, is testifying before Congress about fake posts on his social network, Pew Research Center has come out with a study that shows how affected Twitter is by Twitter bots that are …
Twitter has offered multiple corporations the chance to test using double its allowed characters. The PRWeek article explaining the test and the reaction from some corporations is here. Make sure you look at the tweets included at the end …