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  1. The World Welcomes 2014 on Twitter, Reveals Usage Patterns

    What's even more impressive is that the vast majority of these tweets weren't in English but yet the English term "Happy New Year," trended. Even in non-English speaking countries, English terms can still trend (see "countdown" and "Happy New Year").

  2. The Role of #Hashtags in Social Media and Search

    One blogger recently ranted in a blog post about how the hashtag is ruining the English Language. By now everyone has seen or heard hashtags used. Yes, I said 'heard' because hashtags have now infiltrated contemporary culture and advertising...

  3. Dissecting Google Penguin 2.0: Why Sites Won or Lost Traffic [Study]

    Voniatis said the words they are referring to are not listed in the 5,000 most-common words in the English language. What that meant at the time wasn't entirely clear. However, that wasn't good enough for UK-based MathSight, which attempted to...

  4. 12 Questions to Separate Social Media Experts From Pretenders

    Social media management requires professional-level English language and writing skills. While there are always exceptions to the rules, those who didn't major in English, journalism, marketing, or PR, or haven't worked extensively in those fields...

  5. The 11 Most Popular Sports Teams in the World in Social Video [Report]

    Chelsea (English Premier League Soccer) Manchester City (English Premier League Soccer) Many of the sports teams with a global reach place their content into a single channel regardless of the language it's presented in or targeted to, which isn't...

  6. Matt Cutts on Google's International Spam-Fighting Efforts

    He said that English search spam in the U.S.on Google.com tends to get more attention, since not every engineer can speak specific languages. So Google.co.in in India, we want the algorithms whether they be link spam or keyword stuffing or whatever...