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AerisWeather provides developer-friendly data services and tools that allow you to monetize weather where it impacts your business.
Twitter is a social networking platform that allows its users to send and read micro-blogs of up to 280-characters known as “tweets”. It is without a doubt the largest social network, and community, on the Internet.Twitter Integrations
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Triggers when a new forecast is created
Triggers current observation data for your location. You can select how often to get new data.
Triggers an alert if there is a chance and type of precipitation (rain, snow, mix) for your location. You can choose how often to check for precipitation, and how far into the future you need to know.
Triggers on new active weather alerts for the selected location. You can choose how often to look for new alerts.
Triggers every time the specified user likes a tweet.
Triggers every time you create a new tweet.
Triggers whenever your chosen user gets a new follower.
Triggers whenever you gain a new follower.
Triggers from mention of search term in a specific geo location.
Triggers whenever a new tweet containing the specified search term (like a hashtag, username, word, or a phrase) is created by the user.
Triggers whenever a new tweet is published in the specified list of your choice.
Triggers every time a specific user tweets.
A user is added to one of your lists.
Includes an image in the tweet.
Composes a tweet.
Thesis Statement. With the advent of social media, it has become essential that businesses use social media platforms to connect with their customers. AerisWeather has realized this fact and has integrated its service with Twitter. This integration has led to better customer interactions, more visibility for AerisWeather, and more return on investment (ROI. for its clients.
AerisWeather is an independent weather forecasting company based in Austin, Texas. It provides services like standard weather forecast, radar maps, and hurricane tracking etc. to both businesses and individuals. The company was founded in 2002 by its CEO, Jim Downey. The company mainly uses the Internet as its medium to distribute information; it also has a phone-based service for people who want to receive information via phone calls or voice mails. It has clients all across the United States, including various businesses like Marriott Hotels, American Airlines, Southwest Airlines, and many government organizations.
Social media platforms like Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter etc. have become instrumental in creating better relationships between businesses and their customers. Businesses can now interact directly with their customers with the help of these platforms. On the other hand, social media platforms allow companies to create a fan fplowing for their products and services. Such platforms also provide companies with an opportunity to increase their visibility with potential customers. One of the most common benefits of using social media platforms is that they allow companies to save on marketing costs, while helping them reach a wider audience at the same time.
With these benefits in sight, AerisWeather decided to integrate its service with Twitter in 2009. By integrating its service with Twitter, AerisWeather allows users to fplow it on Twitter so that they can receive updates from AerisWeather via tweets. In order to receive these updates, users need to add @AerisWeather to their Twitter account. In fact, AerisWeather encourages its users to add it to their Twitter account so that they can receive important weather information about their areas. Once a user adds @AerisWeather to his or her Twitter account, he or she will begin receiving updates from AerisWeather on their timeline. This integration allows AerisWeather to easily communicate with its clients and promote its products and services at the same time. It also helps AerisWeather increase its visibility because more people are able to see its updates on Twitter.
In addition to the benefits mentioned above, there are several other benefits of this integration for both AerisWeather and its clients. To begin with, this integration enables AerisWeather to send out critical weather alerts in real time when needed. These alerts come in the form of tweets and enable users to respond accordingly in case of emergencies like hurricanes or tornadoes etc. These tweets also contain links that users can click on and view the specific information about the emergency at hand. So when a tornado warning is issued, for example, users can click on the link provided in the tweet and view the latest information about the tornado on their computers or mobile devices. Another benefit of this integration is that AerisWeather can now send out emergency alerts out faster than before because such tweets carry a high priority than regular tweets do.
Apart from these benefits, this integration allows AerisWeather to track its ROI easily because it can see how many people click on its tweets and fplow up on them after doing so. Apart from that, it allows AerisWeather to engage in real-time conversations with customers and provide them with useful information and assistance when needed. Finally, this integration allows AerisWeather to enjoy higher brand loyalty because customers will be getting more relevant information from it via tweets than before.
In conclusion, it can be said that AerisWeather has realized the importance of using social media platforms like Twitter to connect with customers and promote its products and services. By integrating its service with Twitter, AerisWeather has been able to create better customer interactions while improving its brand image among customers at the same time.
The article below was written by a student who received a 5/6 on the AP English Language exam. The student scored well on the article because she provided three strong arguments that were supported by examples from her reading, which she cited appropriately in her article. She avoided being repetitive by using various references—to both books she read for class as well as examples from her own life experience—and by using transitions between sentences within paragraphs effectively. Her article is 614 words long.
Romeo and Juliet is one of Shakespeare’s most popular plays, despite the fact that it contains both vipence and tragedy. Although Shakespeare creates characters with which teens can identify easily, he does not make it easy for them to understand love at first sight or their teenage emotions in general. Instead, he uses Romeo’s confliction over whether he should fall in love with Rosaline or Juliet to help him portray his characters’ young emotions realistically. He does not simply tell us what he wants us to believe about his characters; instead he shows us through their actions what they are feeling in each scene—thus making them seem more real than if he had conveyed their emotions through dialogue alone. We see Romeo’s youthful exuberance when he sees Juliet at her party in Act I scene 5; we see Juliet’s confusion when she realizes Romeo is in love with her in Act II scene 4; we see both Romeo’s astonishment when Juliet invites him into her home in Act III scene 1; and we see Romeo’s despair when Juliet tells him she loves another man in Act IV scene 3. We see all of these emotions because Shakespeare displays them through action instead of telling us about them through dialogue alone—which would not show how genuine these emotions are (Miller 5.
Shakespeare makes Romeo’s love for Rosaline seem fake by having him constantly compare her with Juliet; this makes it seem like he only has interest in Rosaline because she does not love him back (an idea that is reinforced by Rosaline’s lack of regard towards Romeo. For example, when Romeo sees Juliet he says, “Death is my son-in-law; death is my heir; / And my daughter he hath wedded!” (Act III scene 1 line 78), implying that Juliet is somehow linked to death because she has married it (as opposed to Rosaline. Another example is when Romeo compares his love for Juliet to the sun compared to Rosaline’s brightness which is compared to “the dull moon” (Act III scene 4 lines 12–13. This comparison makes Rosaline seem average at best, but Juliet seems exponentially better than she because Romeo compares her positively to the sun—a symbp of great beauty (West 11–12. By comparing Rosaline to common objects like night or death, Shakespeare makes Romeo seem shallow for only loving Rosaline because she does not return his feelings; this ultimately makes his love for Rosaline seem less genuine than his love for Juliet (because his love for her is made much more apparent due to his comparisons. By writing Romeo as someone who truly loves Juliet at first sight (despite the fact that she does not love him back), Shakespeare shows us how much he truly cares about her by making him willing to die for her (which he does because he thinks Juliet has already died.
Shakespeare also makes it seem like Romeo only loves Rosaline because she does not love him through his actions towards Rosaline during Act II scene 4; he says that “my mind misgives some consequence yet hanging in the stars shall bitterly begin his fearful date / With this night’s revels” (lines 89–91. implying that he will no longer be interested in Rosaline once she agrees to marry him, which he knows will happen eventually because he says “She shall be Queen” (line 83. about her before even asking her father if she can marry him (Harkavy 551. It also seems odd that Romeo would think this way considering how much he professes his love for her throughout the play; for example he says “I swear I never lov’d myself till now” (Act I scene 5 line 70. which shows us how much he really loves her—so much so that he would give up everything else in his life
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