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Strategic applications of twitter

  1. Ali Anani Strategic Applications of Twitter
  2. Strategy ” Strategy has many definitions; For me strategy is knowing your current position and why to decide where to go.
  3. Strategy Social sites such as Twitter provides as an important tool in defining your current position
  4. Knowing Your Current Position with
  5. Extracting words from millions of T witter* messages revealed the happiness state of the USA. What is more mesmerizing is that to see the nation's mood vary in near-real time *Twitter mood maps reveal emotional states of America, by Celeste Biever
  6. Don’t Publish on Thursday Nights
  7. The emotional words contained in hundreds of millions of messages posted to the T witter may hold the answer .
  8. That’s what Computer scientist Alan Mislove & his team calls it at Northeastern University in Boston
  9. They have found that these "tweets" suggest that the west coast is happier than the east coast, and across the country happiness peaks each Sunday Morning, with a trough on Thursday Evenings.
  10. You Could Also Know Your Current Position with Twitter
  11. Happiness is proportionally linked to productivity.
  12. Happiness is proportionally linked to productivity. So, if the happiness score is low we know where we stand and to what happiness scale we should aim for .
  13. offers many tools
  14. That can check your HAPPINESS SCORE
  15. Its metrics include (a) Influence score, which is basically your popularity score on T witter (b) signal-to-noise ratio (c) one’s tendency to ‘retweet’ (d) velocity the rate one’s updates on T witter and clout based on how many times one is cited in tweets.
  16. My Results- I knew where I stand. I wanted to improve my engagement in T witter I put SMARTER goals. Here . is be progress. I plan to increase my influence to 30 in three months
  17. TWIST offers trends of keywords or product name, based what Twitter users are tweeting about
  18. is useful to reveal tweeting behavior of any T witter users. It consolidates and collates Twitter activity data and present them in colorful graphs.
  19. (Here s Mine)
  20. (This Is My Tweet Density During the Week)
  21. (This Is My Tweet Cloud) ( Slideshare Is My Prime Activity )
  22. Twitter Friends This tool focuses on conversation and information aspects of Twitter users’ behaviors
  23. Twitter Friends ( I am Engaged with E-WOT Where Does E-WOT Stand )
  24. Twitter Friends ( I am Engaged with @Appitive Where Does Appitive Stand )
  25. Twitter Friends ( @Appitive engagement profile)
  26. Twitter Friends (I am engage with @Appitive | How do I compare)
  27. Twitter Friends (I am engage with @Abhishekshah | How do I compare)
  28. and remember @Ali Anani to follow
  29. Conclusion The setting of SMART and SMARTER goals requires knowing where we stand (our current position) first. Twitter provides an excellent venue for doing that.

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