5 Tips to Optimize Your New Twitter Profile

Change is coming to your Twitter profile. Big, beautiful change. Twitter is currently rolling out a profile redesign to all users, a redesign that puts an even greater emphasis on the great Twitter content that you share and one that provides some bonus opportunities to make a branding splash. Visual content will get a big [...]

How Twitter’s Expanded Images Increase Clicks, Retweets and Favorites [New Data]

I recently covered some big changes that Twitter has made, and here is another one. Twitter just added inline images to tweets so that you don’t need to click a link to see an attached image, but rather the Tweet itself expands. This only works with images uploaded directly to Twitter, which use a URL. If [...]

7 Big, Recent Twitter Changes you Should Know About to Optimize Your Tweeting

Wow, it’s really not a small task these days to keep up with all the recent changes to Social Media. Only a few weeks ago, we talked about the biggest, new Facebook changes where especially the link posting iterations changed a lot of our behaviors. Looking at the biggest Social Media statistics, it’s clear that [...]

The Surprising History of Twitter’s Hashtag and 4 Ways to Get the Most out of Them

Twitter hashtags are so ingrained in Twitter now that I rarely second-guess them. They seem so much a part of the service, it’s as if Twitter shipped with them in its original version, even before it had vowels in the name. But actually, Twitter’s version of the hashtag has a vibrant history which is really [...]

Brand New Buffer Analytics for Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn

What does it take to make analytics actionable, easy to understand and absolutely accurate? When we were brainstorming the latest analytics feature here at Buffer, this was the key question we asked ourselves. Our key goal with Buffer is not to build every feature in the world that has anything to do with sharing, but [...]