There is so much information out there about Twitter that it’s hard to determine what is real and what is fake. Unfortunately, there are also plenty of articles out there that discuss features and information about Twitter that is entirely untrue, and then there are those people who simply are ignorant about Twitter and create myths about the popular social network.
If you want to use Twitter, it’s very important that you have an honest understanding of it. The following are five common misconceptions about Twitter.
1. I don’t have anything to say.
This is simply not true. ..
Twitter is a very personal social media platform and with modern inventions such as smartphones, you are nearly always connected to the internet and these networks. As such, you can use Twitter – or “tweet” – as regularly as you like. With constant tweeting and success, you can build up a reputable following.
Yet, once you gain this following, you should be concerned about how secure your Twitter profile is. It is, after all, one of the your most direct and important communication channels to your audience. Whether it’s for personal use or for representing a larger company or organization, your Twitter account needs to be secure.
The following is an article by Deborah Anderson, SocialWebCafe.com, published on Examiner.com.
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Infographic and research by Umpf social media agency
A study by UMPF, entitled Google Plus Ghost Town? G+ Social Shares Lowest Compared to Facebook, Twitter And Even LinkedIn shows that Google+ does not seem to be keeping up in the area of content marketing.
Facebook still leads the pack with the content sharing, with Twitter and LinkedIn, still rising above Google+. Is it just going to take awhile before the sharing on Google+ takes off? From my view, there is a lot of sharing and content marketing going on on Google+. However, it seems it still can’t compete with Facebook. But, then, many of us have become so attached to our Facebook that there is a question of how we existed before Facebook.
It would be interesting to me, to see if these numbers ring true, say, a year from now. In the meantime, check out the details of this study here: Google Plus Ghost Town? G+ Social Shares Lowest Compared to Facebook, Twitter And Even LinkedIn