Blog posts tagged with »twitter«

Do Some US Cities Use Twitter Hashtags More Than Others?

March 15, 2011


The short answer: probably not. Last week we asked, “Content Strategy: When Will it Break Out of Coastal US?“, a brief analysis of the geography of content strategy tweets, to which Clinton of Brain Traffic rightly questioned: What about the links or discussions not labeled explicitly as Content Strategy? My initial response was that explicitly […]

Content Strategy and UX: Weekly Roundup, 6 Mar 2011

March 6, 2011


We launched the Web Strategy Twitter Trends tool a week ago to help keep on top of what’s happening in our industry. These are some of the stories that grabbed our attention this week: The Elements of Content Strategy – a new book by the brilliant Erin Kissane, published by A List Apart. Jonathan Snook gives […]

Web Strategy Twitter Trends: How it Works

February 28, 2011


Over the weekend we decided to build a tool to help us keep track of what’s happening in content strategy, UX and other web strategy topics. And lo Web Strategy Twitter Trends was Frankensteined together, kind of like a TweetMeme designed specifically for our industry. This is how it works. It starts off with a […]