Still not on Twitter?
Ranked by browsing behaviour analysts Alexa as the world’s 8th most influential website, Twitter is now in its 7th year of existence. What’s more, industry experts predict that social media will have an even greater influence on both the business and personal spheres in the near future.
Through dialogue with our clients and contacts, we have come to the realisation that many struggle to get started with new online platforms. With that in mind, the BF team have created a step-by-step best practice guide to the Twitter sign-up process.
Social Media juggernaut Twitter is one of the top ten most visited sites on the internet. The service boasts over 500m active users; 340m new tweets are posted, worldwide, each day; and the site also handles over 1.6bn search queries, in each 24hr period.
However, through our work at BF Internet, we still come across people and businesses that are reluctant to jump on the Twitter bandwagon. Our research suggests that one of the biggest barriers, between user and service, is the daunting jargon of the website.
In order to get the most out of Twitter, it’s important that a user is familiar with terms such as “hashtags”, “retweets” and “direct messages”. With that in mind, we have put together this helpful guide to the most important examples of Twitter terminology.
It is a well-known fact that social media is fast becoming one of the most popular ways for people to communicate, socialise and network online. Businesses around the world are embracing social media and using these platforms to help reach out to their client bases.
Social Media Management can be an effective way to help your company spread news and information about your business, product or services. There are a wide range of solutions to choose from such as Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, LinkedIn and soon Google Plus. We will look at a few of the most popular networks below.