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2014 Research on best practices for wording and rhetorical craft

As Derek Thompson of The Atlantic pointed out in a February 2015 post, the click-through rate for links shared on Twitter can be shockingly low, and little Web traffic is typically yielded by publishing sites, despite the superficial appearance of a frenzy of viral activity throughout Twitter’s ecosystem.

Likewise, in a first-of-its-kind big data study on the dynamics of Twitter — a 2014 paper titled “The Structural Virality of Online Diffusion” — Stanford’s Sharad Goel and Ashton Anderson and Microsoft Research’s Jake Hofman and Duncan J. Watts come to similar conclusions.

 

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As Derek Thompson of The Atlantic pointed out in a February 2015 post, the click-through rate for links shared on Twitter can be shockingly low, and little Web traffic is typically yielded by publishing sites, despite the superficial appearance of a frenzy of viral activity throughout Twitter’s ecosystem.

Likewise, in a first-of-its-kind big data study on the dynamics of Twitter — a 2014 paper titled “The Structural Virality of Online Diffusion” — Stanford’s Sharad Goel and Ashton Anderson and Microsoft Research’s Jake Hofman and Duncan J. Watts come to similar conclusions.

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