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Using Twitter to Effectively Make a Brand Reach Out to the Millenials Twitter is an online free micro blogging and social networking site founded by Biz Stone and jack Dorsey in 2006. It enables those using it to read and send tweets, which are 140-character short bursts of information. Users can also include in the tweets links having other content and broadcast them either publicly or privately. Companies and many business firms are nowadays using it as a way of engagement with customers. It...

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questions on Twitter. Twitter is simply one of the popular online-places where people can socialize. But what is it that has made this online-place so popular? Why don’t just socialize via phone or e-mail? Twitter was created on the side of the company ODEO. The website was supposed to be a secondary company compared to ODEO, but after some time Twitter started to grow and the possibilities within too. Evan Williams – the founder of Twitter and former CEO of Twitter – also says that Twitter take all...

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What are you up to? - Twitter, of course Twitter is a great social medium. There are more people than you could imagine, tweeting at this very moment. It is a phenomenon which by the looks of i will remain popular for decades. In the following article, I will emphasize some of the advantages and disadvantages of using it for business, political and social purposes. The “hunch” Back to where it all started, a CEO of a company called ODEO, hired an engineer named Jack. His name was Evan Williams...

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The Effects of Twitter

Kate Rohani Professor Keogh Intro to Sociology 20 September 2012 The Effects of Twitter Usage in America In a material world like ours today, cultural expressions are crossing all borders and affecting traditions and customs of societies more and more. Many new innovations are introduced and carried all around the world, changing the ways people view things and the way they live. No matter how small, the inventions always have social consequences attached to them. All of these innovations...

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Twitter Trap

 The Twitter Trap STUDENT NAME: Pretty Vaddi Student Number: 300782105 COMM 170 Instructor: Evelyn Holmes The Twitter Trap Bill Keller in “The twitter trap” published in The New york Times (18 May 2011) notes that he felt as though he had poisoned his daughter by allowing her onto Facebook. He equates it to giving a drug and sees it as eroding a youth’s intellect or skills development memory skills, math skills, penmanship, innate sense of direction, attention span, problem solving...

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About Twitter

[pic] What is it? Why use it? And what are the advantages and disadvantages of Twitter? Twitter is an online application that cannot be defined as one single tool. As such, this application is part a blog, part a social networking site and part cell phone/IM tool, designed to let users answer the question: “What are you doing?”. Users have 140 characters for each posting (or “tweet”) to say whatever they care to say. Many tweets do answer the question of what the user is doing, but plenty...

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Twitter IPO

mention that we are unable to see and Twitter data for quite some time and this must be due to Facebook’s recent IPO and the demand for social media today. So far details are very scarce and this is due to the Jumpstart Our Business Start-ups Act. This allows companies with less than $1 billion in revenue can file for IPOs without having to disclose much of anything about their underlying operations until at least 21 days before their “roadshow.” Because of this, Twitter did not have to reveal any information...

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Twitter Rhetorical Analysis

Twitter is an amazing social networking service; it can be used to share news reports, weather updates, emergency notifications, gossip, and even everyday thoughts—all within 140 characters or less. The “get to the point” rhetoric that it’s known for can be a nice break from tedious Facebook posts or lengthy articles on news station websites. With all of its attributes, it’s not surprising that it could also be a useful platform for many professions. From advertising a business event to promoting...

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Twitter as a Social Sixth Sense

Dashua Williams English II Professor Patrick Murphy 12 October 26 Twitter Phenomenon Living in an Era where digital and social media is on the rise every single day, Author Clive Thompson presents to us on how twitter creates a sixth sense. When one thinks of sixth sense one automatically thinks psychic-like abilities. However, in this context Clive explains to us social proprioception through websites like twitter. Social proprioception-is giving a group of people a sense of itself. In...

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new words appear on twitter

I. Introduction Twitter is one of the most popular social media website in this era. Many people use twitter to be connected to others, business, or just to get along with trend. Behind the popularity of twitter, it is also gave effect in language field where it brings out new words which once only used for the site then become popular among the social media world. In this paper, I want to explain the some new words from twitter. II. New words a. Data No. New Words Phonetic Transcription Etymology...

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