The great Twitter 280 Characters debate of 2017 has begun. Here’s everything you need to know and 10 things for your company or brand to consider.
On the very eve of 2016, we looked back to see which were the most popular posts for the Success @ Creative PR blog, according to pageviews.
In this video, Matt Wallaert discusses consumer identity in terms of two groups of consumers, Stable Likers and Unstable Likers.
Twitter Dashboard lets you schedule Tweets, and offers insights about your Tweets’ performance both on the desktop and via a mobile app.
The problem with sentiment analysis is a lack of context. Will Facebook Reactions provide the context to make sentiment analysis reliable?
Topsy social search is a wonderful tool that allows you to perform keyword searches for content shared on Twitter.
The Tweetroot iOS app creates word clouds from tweets; in other words, Twitterclouds.
The Vikings have set the stage perfectly for Adrian Peterson’s return after an initial public relations stumble for which they endured withering criticism.