Retweet After Me: Sept. 24, 2013

What’s New in Evernote for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch by Evernote

Our designers researched every detail for this redesign and rethought everything. Animations are smooth, fonts are gorgeous, and everything is where it should be. [Read More]

Retract your tweets and alert everyone who retweeted misinformation with new Twitter tool by Faves & Co.

Have you ever tweeted something with information that wasn’t correct, only to be retweeted? It happens. In the past the only way to attempt to correct the misinformation was to post updated information on your own Twitter account and manually reply to everyone who retweeted you. Now, there’s Retwact. [Read More]

10 Things Your Business Could Be Doing Wrong On Social Media by Katerina Kardamaki

Here are ten ways to get social media wrong… [Read More]

Everything You Need to Know About Twitter by Gregory Ferenstein

Twitter is having a good year. Acquisitions, new hires, a growing user base and impressive revenues are all adding to the chatter surrounding the latest social media IPO. As everyone wonders what’s next for the little blue bird, answers can be found in the company’s history. Billions of tweets after its conception in 2006, Twitter has swayed elections, shattered records and really pissed off Alec Baldwin. [Read More]

Pinterest Promoted Pins: This Week in Social Media by Cindy King

Pinterest Tests Promoted Pins: Pinterest experiments with ads as its traffic moves from the web to mobile and will be ”promoting certain pins from a select group of businesses.” [Read More]

Written by Allison Matherly

Allison Matherly

Allison Matherly: Coordinator of Digital Engagement at Texas Tech University, coffee lover, crazy cat lady, social media enthusiast & believer, blogger.

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