Most of the new features that Twitter is either rolling out, experimenting with or rumored to be launching are aimed at one thing: trying to cram as much stuff as possible into 140 characters. But can it do this without losing what made it so compelling to begin with?
Despite having multiple social platforms all around us, creating a place to have an intelligent conversation is still a difficult thing to do. Branch tried to solve that problem multiple times, and now the team behind the startup will get the chance to try doing so from inside Facebook
Just weeks after Twitter added a new feature designed to promote conversations, Facebook launched two new APIs that give publishers the ability to track discussion about various topics across the social network.
Many Twitter users dislike the new conversation feature because they say it interferes with their ability to use the service as a news-delivery system — but others see the new feature as a return to the way Twitter used to be.
Branch, an online conversation tool, is making it easier for groups of people to organize their conversations. With groups, Branch users can more easily set up conversations among members. And fans can follow the conversations or ask to join in.
Is Twitter like a spoken conversation, the kind you would have with friends in a bar? Or is it like a written discussion? One of the things that can make Twitter hard to define is that it can be both of those at the same time.
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Quite a few people seemed to enjoy last week’s post about How To Monitor Online Conversations, so I thought it would be a good idea to explain how to make a monitoring dashboard to make it easy to track what’s being said online about you, your company, your competitors and anything else you need to keep an eye on. The key to monitoring dashboards is to set them up in a way that you can check them frequently, quickly and easily.
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