Heaven help us. As if the guy doesn't get enough publicity for his frankly insane social media activity, YouGov has unveiled a new website – TweetIndex.YouGov.com – showing how people rate each of Donald Trump’s tweets.
YouGov TweetIndex is a new site that shows how the … Continue reading →
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According to InternetWorldStats.com, by the end of 2016 there were 7.3 billion people on the planet and an Internet penetration rate of 50.1 percent. One third of the people on the Internet are active social … Continue reading →
The big news last night that Twitter is changing the way that it works, so that users can DM each other, even if they're not following each other.
Don't worry - it looks like you'll be able to opt out of the functionality, but it does seem like a strange decision for a company that has come … Continue reading →
With less than a month to go until the General Election, Twitter UK has announced some new "hashflags" that will appear next to hashtags of party names.
It isn't the first time that Twitter has done this - it enabled similar "hashflags" for the World Cup last year. Getting political though … Continue reading →
Its always terrifying for Twitter users when the company decides to change something - just what has it broken now?
So let's hope that you used quoted tweets in the same way that the developers do, as what happens has now been changed in the official app, so that when you quote a tweet, it … Continue reading →