If you're automating "thank you" messages on Twitter, just stop. I'll even show you how.
The purpose of a hashtag is to segment the firehouse of information that comes from a live Twitter feed when you follow more than 10 people. For example, hashtags can help people find career information when the title of the article doesn't have the keyword "career" in it. Somehow, as Twitter has grown the purpose... Continue Reading →
90 million tweets are sent every day. 70% of them are about TV. Why? You get 168 hours a week to save the world, breathe, all that fun stuff. If you're in work for 45 hours a week (lets face it, the 40 hour work week is a fantasy) and the average person watches around... Continue Reading →