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Twitter’s 280 Character Increase Could Be A Boon For Online Event Management

Event managers should keep an eye on Twitter’s testing of a new 280-character limit.  The new proposed character limit, if approved, will double the current limit, meaning more informative tweets for event planners, do-it-yourself online event software users and event operators. Twitter explained the reasoning behind the need for a 280 character tweet: “Our research […]

Are Twitter Hashtags Polluting The Social Media Digital Beach?

Social media giant Twitter seems to be in the news a lot these days. From reports of financial instability to the rumor of expanding character limits, Twitter just can’t stay out of the tech media’s crosshairs. The most recent scrutiny of Twitter comes from Ryan McCready at Venngage.  Ryan’s article claims that Twitter hashtags are […]

Twitter – A Decade of Social Media Success

Happy Tenth Birthday Twitter! Twitter celebrates 10 years as a leading Internet social media app this month. Twitter should definitely be applauded for making it through a successful decade of digital relevancy especially with the ever-growing number of social media tools and apps available. A recent post titled “The Social Media Digital Supermarket” on the […]

Growing Up Twitter

Twitter is growing up. O.K., maybe a better way to put it is that Twitter is growing out. Beyond 140, which is what Twitter is calling it’s impending plan for expanding the character limit from 140 characters to 10,000 is getting all sorts of attention from traditional tweet heads to digital marketers. By expanding the […]

Show some Tweet, Tweet Love on Social Media with Twitter’s New Bursting Heart Icon

In an online world populated by emojis, icons, acronyms, abbreviations and digital slang it is getting harder to decipher the lexicon of digital hieroglyphics. It’s like you need one of those secret Enigma code breaking machines from World War II to figure out what someone is trying to say and once you grasp the lingo […]

Fishing Tactics for the Twittersphere

As an avid fisherman I am fortunate that the Ennect Online Marketing Software office is located on the banks of the Allegheny River in Pittsburgh, PA. This summer, I decided to turn my work lunch hours into short fishing trips. It’s a nice break from the first four hours of the day and clears the […]

Is Twitter Use Really Declining?

When I first read today’s eMarketer article, “Data on Twitter Decline Stacks Up,” my first reaction was, “Yeah, well, duh!”  After all these months of frenetic activity to attract and capture the ‘hyper-active lead’ (Great term! Thank you, Michael Paradiso, CA Inc.), it seemed that passion had finally been replaced with common sense (or maybe […]

Testing Twitter Functionality

From now on all new Ennect Blog posts will go directly to Twitter! Related Posts: Ennect Support goes Twitter Twitter in the Marketplace Yammering About Mass Email Marketing Software Flushing Cache Flushes Your eMarketing Problems Share This!

A Colorful Fall Palette of Digital Marketing ideas, musings and inspirations from Elliance that will make you go AHA!

Check out the latest burst of colorful blog posts from digital marketing agency Elliance. The Art of Redesigning a Jesuit Business School Website by Todd Erkel While all .edu websites send important signals and establish vital threads of connection to stakeholders — corporate recruiters, research partners and regional funders/allies — a business school website does […]

Happy 10th Birthday to the Social Media Hashtag!

We just wanted to wish our dear friend, the social media #hashtag, a very Happy 10th Birthday!  For a decade you’ve helped us focus and enhance our social media messaging.  We wish you another 10 years of continued success and relevancy within Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Instagram, Pinterest and all of the other major social media […]

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