Twitter is a huge platform, especially for brands and businesses to stand out. Although initially twitter started off as a microblogging site to share your thoughts and interact with other users, soon businesses recognised its potential and started using it to grow their online presence. If your brand does not have an active Twitter account, […]
Here is yet another guest post on The Nicky Blog! This post is by Andrée-Anne Bilodeau aka @AndreeAnneB 😀 More info about the author at the end of the post. Enjoy!
Dear Social Media addicts, First things first – don’t deny it. Acceptance is the first step towards change. Admit the fact that you’re a social media addict. Admit it? Great, read further.
Our tweeting experience is incomplete without retweeting. Everybody loves to retweet. As @Flipbooks said, “If you ain’t retweeting, you ain’t tweeting!” So true. I’ve noticed that on twitter, there are 6 different kinds of retweets. See if you fall in any of these categories!
Waking up and reading twitter like it’s the morning newspaper, stuck in traffic and writing a facebook update about it : I’m sure most of us have done this. Our day is incomplete without social media! Can you remember your life before the ‘influx’ of all these social networking sites? Admit it, we are addicted […]
Here I am with yet another guest post on The Nicky Blog! This post is written by the awesome Dave Larson aka @Tweetsmarter . If you aren’t following him on twitter yet, you’re seriously missing out. Dave is one of the most helpful and kind people you’ll meet on twitter. For now, enjoy this post!
Okay, okay, I know what you’re thinking. Weird analogy, right? How can twitter be like chocolate? The title may sound strange, it might even make some of you hungry, but from what I’ve seen and observed, twitter is a lot like chocolate in more ways than one. Here’s how:
The second thing people look at when they visit your twitter profile (the first being your avatar) is – your bio. In 160 characters or less, you’re supposed to describe yourself along with mentioning what you do, what you love to do, what you want to do and so on. Some people keep it simple, […]
If we look at our everyday schedules we’ll find that we spend most of time online. It may be for social media, games, videos, news, information, shopping and entertainment. If we look carefully, we realize that our life has started to depend on these activities.