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Retweet After Me: Nov. 12, 2013

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This week’s Retweet After Me is all about Twitter! With the announcement of custom timelines today, I just couldn’t help myself!

Introducing custom timelines: create timelines of Tweets for everyone by Brian Ellin

Today we’re introducing custom timelines to give you more control over how Tweets are organized and delivered on the Twitter platform. Custom timelines are an entirely new type of timeline –– one that you create. You name it, and choose the Tweets you want to add to it, either by hand or programmatically using the API (more on that below). This means that when the conversation around an event or topic takes off on Twitter, you have the opportunity to create a timeline that surfaces what you believe to be the most noteworthy, relevant Tweets. [Read More]

Custom timelines in TweetDeck by Sara Roncero-Menendez

Starting today, we are introducing the ability to create custom timelines in TweetDeck. Custom timelines, which were just announced, are a new type of timeline that you control by selecting the Tweets you want to include. In this post, we’ll describe everything you need to know to create and share custom timelines. [Read More]

Expectations of a brand’s social media manager by Christopher Kerney

When I see brands on social media, I have expectations. I expect that if I tweet something to a brand, someone will respond. It doesn’t have to be within two minutes—I am overjoyed when it is—but I do expect a response. [Read More]

How to Generate Twitter Leads With Their New Lead Generation Cards by John Bonini

Are you struggling to generate leads on Twitter? Wondering how to display richer data in a tweet? In this article, I’ll show you four steps to getting more leads with Twitter lead generation cards. [Read More]

Are Twitter Ads Useless? by Larry Kim

Twitter rocked markets this week with a spectacular initial showing. But how do Twitter ads measure up against Facebook ads? Is it worth spending your ad dollars on Twitter? When it comes to direct response marketing, AKA lead generation and/or Ecommerce, Google really takes the cake in terms of ad performance. However, if you’re set on creating a social media ad campaign, you’ll want to see how Twitter ads and Facebook ads compare. [Read More]

Retweet After Me: Week of April 3, 2012

Here are my favorite social media reads this week!

Harley-Davidson Shatters Stereotypes on Twitter by Matt Wilson

Imagine the typical Harley-Davidson owner. Look a lot like a character from “Easy Rider”? Or maybe “Mad Max”? Well, wipe that image from your mind, because Harley Motor Co. is looking to prove that its customer base doesn’t fit any set profile. In a YouTube video released in February, the company encouraged followers to use the Twitter hashtag #StereotypicalHarley with the idea that there’s no stereotype at all. [ Read More ]

[HOW TO] 5 Ways To Create Social Landing Pages That Convert by Oil Gardner

Social landing pages are not the same as regular old landing pages. The idea of sharing content is not a “new” word-of-mouth-marketing (WOMM) concept. But the mechanisms now available to facilitate it are. In this post you’ll learn how to contemporize your landing pages with the latest social media techniques and widgets, and why it’s beneficial to do so. [ Read More ]

Facebook Photos: Now High Resolution, Four Times Larger by Alissa Skelton

Facebook has frequently changed the way it displays photos. Now Facebook is rolling out its greatest photo update yet. Facebook will display photos in high-resolution and allow full-screen viewing of images. The pictures will be crisper, higher quality and can be up to four times larger than before, Facebook announced. [ Read More ]

Twitter Updates TweetDeck, Allows Users to Edit and Retweet by Christina Warren

Still struggling in the wake of its acquisition by Twitter, TweetDeck has just issued an update to its desktop, Chrome and web apps that adds support for better list management, inline media support and improved retweeting support. [ Read More ]

Facebook Explains Its New Real-Time Insights by Matthew Creamer

In a matter of days, Facebook will begin rolling out a real-time version of Page Insights, the analytics tool that allows brands to keep tabs on their Facebook presence. Recently, Insights has been much maligned for reporting delays, but that should all be quieted with instantaneous reporting on page and post performance that will give brands a much improved level of control. [ Read More ]