Now Twitter is looking ahead to the new year.
"Throughout 2014, we saw Twitter used to celebrate World Cup victories, inspire political activism, and explore the universe," says Twitter data marketing manager Elaine Filadelfo. "Now as the calendar turns inexorably to the new year, Tweets offer insight into your resolutions for 2015."
"We took a look at top Tweets about New Year’s resolutions to get a sense of which forms of self-improvement take priority," Filadelfo adds."Based on a ranking of (English-only) keywords associated with resolutions since Dec. 25, here are the top aspirations and intentions you’re collectively sharing on Twitter."
Pretty standard, really. Not a lot of surprises.
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