Twitter is a great way to build and engage an audience with short, timely, relevant messages, but if you’re trying to drive traffic to your website, what results should you expect in terms of click-through rates?
Debate is great, of course, but in reality, gaming actually holds some amazing, engaging benefits perfect for the educational setting. Game-based learning continues fascinating edtech enthusiasts, who eagerly flock to social media to share their developments, research, designs, and strategies. And a few of them are listed here in no particular order.
This graphic illustrates these data as a spatially aware treemap. The size of each block represents the number of tweets emanating from that country and the shading reveals in the number of geocoded tweets as a proportion of that country’s Internet population
There are few resources better than bitly for monitoring click-through rates for content shared. So when bitly released a report last month telling us all the best time to tweet or post to Facebook for click-throughs –“Time Is On Your Side” – http://bit.ly/LQmuOH . Raika created this Infographic highlighting bitly’s data on the best times to […]
by Flowtown, JD Rucker Twitter can be an amazing marketing tool. Some would say that strictly from a marketing perspective you get more bang for your (time) buck than you do out of Facebook. Those who find the most success with Twitter know something that others don’t: not all Tweets are created equal. Normally, it’s […]