Who Should Replace Letterman? According to Social Media, There’s Only One Choice

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Last week, Letterman announced that he’ll be retiring from The Late Show on CBS. Of course, the internet went wild and the #LettermanReplacement hashtag was born.

We used our hashtag tracker to see how people were voting. Here’s how the tracker looks as of this writing:

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Don’t Select the Default! 4 Tips for Building Engagement & Traffic With Twitter

Building Twitter Engagement

For a long time, users treated Twitter like a ‘linear’ application: you follow people and they follow you back; you send a tweet out and hope that hundreds of people share it with their friends. Turns out, Twitter doesn’t really work that way!

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No, You Don’t Need a “Social Media Command Center” for Events; Here’s How ONE (!) Woman Managed the #Grammys

When a big event is coming up, brands love to talk about big “Social Media Command Centers” they’ve setup, with a infinite number of people staring at uncountable monitors.

If you want to succeed with event management, this must be the only want to do it, right?

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USA Today & Keyhole Partnered to Measure #AdMeter Super Bowl Ads [INFOGRAPHIC]

To many, the battle of the Super Bowl ads is just as interesting as the ‘Big Game’ itself. (I’m told that you need a license to use the SB term. We can’t afford it.)

This year, if you were watching the game, you’d agree that they were probably more interesting.  [I won’t lie, I was rooting for the Broncos, or at least a good game. <sigh>]

Read moreUSA Today & Keyhole Partnered to Measure #AdMeter Super Bowl Ads [INFOGRAPHIC]

Life is short and the internet is vast.