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How to Get More SEO From Your Tweets

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Twylah is a way to organize your tweets on a single webpage that’s search engine optimized, which essentially gives your tweets greater exposure and a significantly longer life. With Twylah, your tweets are organized by the topics you tweet about the most, and showcased on a single page where people can easily scan for content […]

Twitter will rolling out enhanced brand profiles for nonprofits

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Yesterday, Twitter announced that they will offer enhanced profile pages to “increase your brand’s Twitter presence by prominently featuring your most important content and visually branding your page”. Like Facebook Pages and Google Plus Business Profiles, Twitter Brand Pages profile are public. What Twitter Brand Pages Include Brand Pages are only offered to a small […]

What is a Power Tweet? (video)

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Last month I blogged about Twylah, an awesome Twitter app that creates more traffic for your tweets and blog posts. What’s a Power Tweet? Within Twylah, there’s a feature called a “Power Tweet”. Twylah creator Eric Kim says that Power Tweets are tweets that have their “own contextual landing page (with all your recent, related […]

How to get more juice from your tweets with Twylah

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If you use Twitter for your nonprofit , you’ve probably been able to meet amazing people, form unexpected alliances, and find relevant conversations that you wouldn’t have found anywhere else. But there is one big problem with Twitter. Tweets lose juice The graph above is a perfect example of a typical tweet’s lifespan. Born at […]

Video Tour of the New and Improved Twitter.com

As you probably know, Twitter launched a new version of its website that makes it much more user friendly. In this video, you see an overview of the major enhancements, including: Expanded conversation view for replies Expanded context around individual tweets Picture and video preview Detailed information about retweets Conversation view of direct message Suggested […]