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How to Check Your Twitter Analytics

Twitter Analytics are a great way to check what content your followers are more responsive to. In Analytics, Twitter gives you various pieces of data such as: Top Tweets, Top Mentions and New Followers. Here's how to check your Twitter Analytics: 1. Go to your Timeline and click your profile avatar in the right hand corner. Twitter Timeline. 2. Select "Analytics" from the drop down menu. Select "Analytics". 3. Twitter Analytics will now open in a separate page....

How to Create a Facebook Event

Facebook events is a calendar-based system that allows users, and Pages, to create events for the public or specific audiences. Facebook events are great tools to garner interest and get head counts. Here's how to create one: 1. Go to your Page's home. The CCE's Facebook Page. 2. Scroll down to the post field and select "Create an event". Facebook post field. 3. Follow the prompts on the screen. Event creation menu....

Using CamelCase for Hashtags

CamelCase has nothing to do with camels, as you have probably guessed. CamelCase is the practice of capitalizing the first letter of every word in a multiple-word hashtag. Using CamelCase helps differentiate between the different words in the hashtag. For example #CenterForCommunityEngagement and #CheckUsOut rather than #centerforcommunityengagement and #checkusout. Using CamelCase helps screen readers distinguish the separate words in a hashtag, but also increases legibility for sighted people, as well....

Mute Words on Twitter

Do you know what muting is on Twitter? Muting is what allows you to block out people and keywords/hashtags from your timeline. Muting can be useful for certain phrases. For example, a science professor may want to mute "science doesn't exist" so that tweets containing this phrase don't show in their timeline. People: Muting people means that their tweets will not show in your timeline. You do not have to follow someone to mute them. Muting them does not block...

Creating "Moments" on Twitter

According to Twitter, Moments are collections of Tweets that tell a story. Moments are a great way to keep your audience updated in a more engaging way. It is also helpful to document important events. Here's how to make your own: 1. Open Twitter and go to your "Me" page. Twitter "Me" screen. 2. Tap the Gear icon to the right of your avatar. Tap the gear. 3. Tap Moments Tap "Moments." 4.Tap the "+" in the upper right corner...