Twitter Tuesday: Effects of doubling your Tweeting frequency

January 30, 2013 - 02:05 | 1 reply

Twitter Tuesday: Effects of doubling your Tweeting Frequency -- the tasselflower blog

Today's Twitter Tuesday is late and short. I wanted to share with you this interesting article about what happened when one business account on Twitter doubled it's posting frequency.

The results are interesting. I've noticed similar things when I've done tests on Tweeting. In my case it has been more ReTweets, more new followers and at the same time more followers leaving. The last part is most likely due to the followers feeling being flooded.

Read the whole story: Twitter Data: What Happens When You Double Your Tweeting Frequency?

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