Twitter just released the Twitter 2012 highlights. Yes it is the time of the year when we look back on the past 12 months and review the highlights. It gets quickly boring, but Twitter is in a special position. Any event immediately gets talked about on Twitter before anywhere else. Twitter is closer to the world's events than any other media. Of course this is only possible through the Twitter users. Watch below the Twitter 2012 Highlight video.
The golden tweets of 2012 are the Obama election victory photo and Justin Bieber's RIP Avalanna tweet. These two tweets have the most retweets. Obama got over 810,000 and Bieber got 220,000 retweets.
Read all the Twitter highlights of 2012 on Twitter.com.
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