Twitter wants users to think "photo first" when they send a tweet, and there's a good reason why. Tweets that include photos or video links are retweeted at a much higher rate than those with text alone,
Here at Mashable, we live and breathe Twitter. However, sometimes we see a tweet containing an acronym or an abbreviation with which we're not very familiar. If you find yourself in the same situation,
Did you know that Twitter brought down the stock market in 2013 after a fake tweet by a hacked Associated Press account? How about that one billion tweets are sent every 48 hours? These are just a sampling
The No. 1 complaint from businesses new to social media is: “I just don’t have time.” What these people don’t realize is that social media doesn’t always require a huge commitment, especially Twitter.