It seems that most interacting by Twitter users happens on the weekends or Holidays
"Twitter engagement is 17% higher of over the weekend." Omnibeat.com
So if this is true twitting then may be a good idea?
What do you think?
You may read more here: http://www.omnibeat.com/marketers-using … right-way/
I use twitter depending on what I tweet it gets retweeted..But what I put on my Pinterest followers are always repining what I put up so I like it better than twitter.
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