What you may have missed this week on Twitter #4
Here is our weekly digest of what we've shared with you on Twitter.
Last Monday there was no way we could ignore the Oscars ceremony and its famous selfie, the new most-retweeted-tweet in the history, beating Obama's picture of himself and his wife after winning the 2012 elections.
The most retweeted selfie in history is sponsored by #Samsung http://t.co/uKBAPpZunX #Oscars pic.twitter.com/gHTVK9uPR3— livetweetapp.com (@applivetweet) March 3, 2014
Tuesday, the Oscars were still in everyone's mouth and on everyone's timeline. It was time to focus on the stats and numbers of the night . It turns out that Leonardo Di Caprio was the most mentioned actor of the night, probably because, this time again, he didn't win best actor price.
@LeoDiCaprio didn't get an #Oscar sunday night but he won the social mentions race http://t.co/1gZ3KvDDdj pic.twitter.com/oi3Q6q01se— livetweetapp.com (@applivetweet) March 4, 2014
If you couldn't stand Oscars news anymore this week, @wearesocial was going through what else happened on social media last week. Oh wait...actually, no. Nobody was able to escape from the Oscars this week.
The best #socialmedia summary of the week you can find on internet is on @wearesocial http://t.co/Cpg1AtOs6D pic.twitter.com/xZUfIpVOqc— livetweetapp.com (@applivetweet) March 5, 2014
Yesterday, you were a few to RT and favorite this tweet about a notion we all know but we all strive to control and understand: Facebook reach.
How you should use Facebook reach: http://t.co/LKb6jsDslT Great article from @TheMarketaire pic.twitter.com/6fddZPzt9W— livetweetapp.com (@applivetweet) March 6, 2014
Last but not least, here is another guide to help us on our journey to Linkedin groups.
7 tips from @evvnt on how to use LinkedIn Groups to promote your event http://t.co/XJ9W8SCV2S #eventprofs pic.twitter.com/OLFodTOOxL— livetweetapp.com (@applivetweet) March 6, 2014
That's it for this week folks. See you next time and meanwhile, have an happy livetweet!