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Twitter’s Testing a New Process to Lure Lurkers into Signing-Up for an Account

Social Media Today

Twitter's convinced it has millions more users that don't log-in.

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Transforming audiences into communities: Offering real value


This time, we’re investigating how offering real value - to your customers, your community, and your industry - can help you convert silent social lurkers into engaged customers. In our previous blog, we focused on creating meaningful conversation.

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How to Find Your Best Followers on Instagram

Jenn's Trends

You see, there are a lot of different ways people interact with your social media profiles: they may be lurkers, they may be big brand advocates, they may be… The post How to Find Your Best Followers on Instagram appeared first on Jenn's Trends.

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How Twitter’s New Conversation Dynamics Will Affect Your Brand

Ignite Social Media

A smaller group of highly engaged, enthusiastic fans is a better advocate for your brand than a large group of silent social media lurkers. As we’ve said before , the quality of followers is far more valuable than the quantity.

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What's your social currency?

Akamai Marketing

It might frustrate you to know that LOTS of people are lurkers. People who like results don’t like digital lurkers, because they can’t be tracked. Here’s the rub – lots of people are lurkers, but that doesn’t mean they don’t have value to you. I know I have a LOT of lurkers on my site.

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How Social Media Marketers Use Social Media In Real Life

Ignite Social Media

After a long day of staring at Excel sheets, Jessica prefers to wind down with Twitter and Instagram, describing herself as more of a social media lurker. Do you focus on communicating with your friends and family or do you prefer to be a social media lurker?

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Why Blog Lurking is Not Bad

Ari Herzog

Denise Tanton loves lurkers. The BlogHer community manager, a self-confessed lurker, admires people who may be you who prefer to read and lurk than read and comment. In a comment about lurking, she writes : I know the word “lurk&# and thus being a “lurker&# sounds bad but really, it’s not bad at all.

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