Austin’s South by Southwest finished up recently. The folks at MediaMiser tracked #SXSW over the course of the week to see who and what was influencing the conversation at the festival.
Using a point-in-polygon technique to isolate geolocational data from MetLife Stadium, MediaMiser monitored tweets sent only from the venue and its parking lot during Super Bowl weekend and in doing so, collected thousands of tweets from those who were on-hand (and had geolocational services enabled on their device) both before, during and after the game.
Marketing experts are constantly on the search for engaging, attention-grabbing tweets. However, stuffing a full marketing message into 140 characters or less can be a huge challenge-especially when you have a lot to say! Pardot has created an infographic entitled “Best Practices for Shorter Tweets” giving you tips to making the most out of those short but sweet tweets.
Twitter has become a bit of a currency for celebrities these days. Self worth may be based on how many followers they can scrounge up on the social media network. Not only are musicians no different, they seem to be leading the charge. Of the top ten accounts with the most Twitter followers, seven of them are musicians.
Stuck in an airport with nothing to do? Why not update your Twitter account and let the world know what is going on. Just don’t make any jokes about security or you could find yourself arrested. This and other tips in this “Twitter Guide To Airports.”
Tennis stars and their thoughts have become a very big part of Twitter. Where once there were only a few after-match interviews, now you can follow them on and off the grass or clay. Read this infographic to find out which stars follow certain players.
Nothing sparks a Twitter storm like well-dressed A-listers at an awards ceremony. Of course staying up for the Oscars for those in the UK takes a whole lot of commitment, that’s why Silverbean took the easy route and turned to Twitter. Here is their handy guide to what you missed online and IRL.
Footballers (soccer players) and their tweetings have become a very big part of Twitter. Where once you were lucky to get a quick interview after a match, nowadays you can follow their every move both on and off the pitch. Even the clubs themselves are opening Twitter pages, to allow their millions of fans worldwide an opportunity to have their say. See all the details in this infographic by bet.unibet.