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  1. Twitter Celebrates 8th Birthday With #FirstTweet Tool

    Twitter today is celebrating its eighth birthday. With 500 million tweets sent per day and 240 million active global users, Twitter is marking the occasion by giving everyone the opportunity to look back at the first tweets for any user with this...

  2. 5 Brilliant Ways to Use #Hashtags in Social Media Marketing

    Hashtags were a user-innovation that was later adopted by Twitter as an actual feature when Twitter decided to hyperlink hashtags to search results. But the first time a hashtag was used extensively as a way to categorize tweets and was adopted by...

  3. Link Building With a Healthy Dose of Marketing: 8 Ways to Solve Problems for Free

    Agarwal's altruism wasn't for naught; Barby wrote an article that sprinkled several personal thank yous to Agarwal, linked to Agarwal's business, twitter, and the tool he created, and even donated $80 to Agarwal's site, which Agarwal in turn spent...

  4. How to Write Headlines Google Will Love & You and I Will Click, Read, and Share

    How Do You Stack Up Against Top Brands on Twitter? What are the top brands doing on Twitter that your brand isn't? I feel more than annoyed by the supposed feel-good site, Upworthy. Every time I see a post from these sites in my Facebook news feed...

  5. Seize The Data: 5 Ways To Leverage Big Data for Social Media & Search

    These include social giants Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, Pinterest, etc. Time is money and the clock is ticking in the race to acquire, decipher and leverage data. Despite the saturation of coverage over "big data" in recent months, many...

  6. .EDU Link School: Tips & Tactics for Snagging Authoritative Links From Higher Ed

    Just like a press release helps get on a school’s radar, so too does mentioning the school’s Twitter handle in a tweet: "NEW Interview with Domestic Terrorism Expert Professor X [link] from @XSchool" Much of this preoccupation stems from a belief...

  7. FTC Tightens Online Disclosure Requirements

    Those 140 characters on Twitter just had another nibble taken out of them. In December 2009, they had already made it known that even bloggers were expected to disclose any remuneration (such as free samples or affiliate commissions) that might...