Like any communication platform, Twitter faces problems with spam. 
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ManageFlitter uses Twitter API to get the details of your account including who you follow and who follows you.

Twitter's API is "rate limited" which means we can pull a limited amount of data out of it in a given period of time.

The limits are per-user and per-application which means the usage of other ManageFlitter users or your usage of other Twitter applications do not affect your loading time.Read this post

So the Super Bowl has just finished and whilst we are putting the finishing touches on our new ManageFlitter Analytics feature we thought we would pull some stats around the Super Bowl Tweeting that has taken place.  

The following data is based on a sample of Super Bowl related tweets.

The following table summarises the most popular Super Bowl related Hashtags:

Hashtags During Super Bowl 2013

The following table summarises the most common languages for Super Bowl related tweets.Read this post

Google+ was launched on June 28th 2011. It will be one year old in just a few days.

Last September we released some data about Google+. Our data at the time indicated that there seemed to be negative growth in the number of daily public posts per user on Google+.
We decided to revisit this data.
Average Public Posts Per User - Google+
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The results are still the same: a very low average public post per day and more importantly negative growth in public posts per day since our blog post in September 2011. 1 year later Google+ public posts per account are down 74%.
Based on this metric – average public posts per user account – Google+ seems well and truly dead as a social media destination, or at least going nowhere fast.Read this post
Google+ is increasingly being pushed front and center in Google’s redesign.
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Is Google+ losing its momentum?

Our data indicates that the average number of public Google+ posts per day has decreased from 0.68 public posts per day between 19 July 2011 and 19 August 2011 to 0.40 public posts per day between 19 August 2011 and 14 September 2011.

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