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Paul cranking at #tcdisrupt  for +TechCrunch and Foursquare! #hackdisrupt  
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Study shows: Tweets with images are more likes likely to be retweeted.
Question: How do you go longer than 140 letters in a tweet?
Answer: Include an image to it. 

A picture is worth 1,000 words, remember? :) 

I always feel that tweets with images are more likely to win attention in the Twitter universe. One, because tweets with images provide more value; and two, they grab more space on users' timeline (on Twitter.com and Tweet Deck). 

Dan Zarrella's latest studies on more than 400,000 tweets proves that my hunch is (most probably) right. According to his latest blogpost, tweets using pic.twitter.com and TwitPic is 94%and 64% more likely to be retweeted. 

Head on to the source below for more insights. 

Source: http://danzarrella.com/use-images-on-twitter-to-get-more-retweets.html

Want more winning retweet tips? Here: http://www.webhostingsecretrevealed.net/blog/socialmedia-marketing/49-data-proven-tips-on-how-to-get-more-retweets/  

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If you didn't know, there are ways you can search google to find exactly what you want!

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Our new website is coming along splendidly. 
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This will be the evolution of flat design: http://blog.teamtreehouse.com/multiplane-design-with-svgs-and-css-3d-transforms. Demo here: http://codepen.io/nickpettit/full/eBCrK. Bonus points for video of Walk Disney demoing his multiplane camera.

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The Day the Knowledge Graph Exploded (+50.4%) http://moz.com/blog/the-day-the-knowledge-graph-exploded

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It's crazy how many websites are still being created that don't consider mobile, even given the fact that it makes up at least 50% of all internet traffic. Have a look at this article which talks about the direction you should be taking when designing a new site: http://www.wdstandards.com/think-and-design-mobile-first-is-this-even-a-choice/

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