Every fan likes to show their devotion to their team, and in Fort Worth it's no different. For the fifth year in a row, the entire city is turning purple in support of the TCU football team. Every game day this season is an official Go Purple Friday, with city workers wearing purple uniforms, SuperFrog traveling around town, and participating partners giving discounts to customers wearing purple! This is a fantastic town tradition encouraging community, pride, and football!
Did you know that tweets that include images are more likely to be retweeted than tweets without images? Research has shown the increase to be anywhere from 34% to a whopping 94%! Obviously you don't need to add a picture with every single tweet, but keep in mind that your tweets with pictures will be slightly more engaging to your followers.
With the addition of expanded images on Twitter last November, images are an even bigger part of your Twitter feed. When tweeting through the Twitter website or the Twitter app, adding a photo will result in a preview image showing up directly in your feed, rather than just a link. The expanded images not only draw the eye to your tweets, they also directly lead to more clicks, more favorites, and more retweets.
Part of Fort Worth for over 70 years, the Moslah Shrine Circus is going to be more exciting than ever this year as the festivities have moved to a new big top tent in the Fort Worth Stockyards. And when they call it a "big top", they're not kidding around - it seats 2800 people, spans 100,000 square feet, and reaches 70 feet tall!