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30 June 14
Twitter Rolls Out Global Ads Update
Twitter is kicking off the global rollout of mobile app promotion ads which take users to app downloads, or to the apps themselves tif they’re already installed, via a deep link. Twitter is also unveiling new cost-per-app-click pricing for the unit and a dashboard to track usage.
Read more on TechCrunch

Twitter Rolls Out Global Ads Update

Twitter is kicking off the global rollout of mobile app promotion ads which take users to app downloads, or to the apps themselves tif they’re already installed, via a deep link. Twitter is also unveiling new cost-per-app-click pricing for the unit and a dashboard to track usage.

Read more on TechCrunch

19 June 14
Twitter Now Supports Animated GIFs
Twitter announced today that it will now support animated GIFs online, Android, and iPhone. 

Read more on TechCrunch

Twitter Now Supports Animated GIFs

Twitter announced today that it will now support animated GIFs online, Android, and iPhone. 

Read more on TechCrunch

11 June 14
Twitter Brings Back HashFlags for The World Cup
Throughout the World Cup, when fans tweet a “#” followed by their countries three-letter abbreviation, a flag will appear in the tweet. A major hit during the 2012 World Cup, Twitter announced Tuesday that national hashflags this year as well.

Twitter Brings Back HashFlags for The World Cup

Throughout the World Cup, when fans tweet a “#” followed by their countries three-letter abbreviation, a flag will appear in the tweet. A major hit during the 2012 World Cup, Twitter announced Tuesday that national hashflags this year as well.

10 June 14
Twitter Launches Video Ad Sharing
Twitter is experimenting with a new mobile ad feature where users can share a video ad when using a designated hashtag. Users will see a paper clip prompt in their Twitter iOS app when they type the correct hashtag. Right now, this is being tested around the World Cup with Visa & Adidas.

Twitter Launches Video Ad Sharing

Twitter is experimenting with a new mobile ad feature where users can share a video ad when using a designated hashtag. Users will see a paper clip prompt in their Twitter iOS app when they type the correct hashtag. Right now, this is being tested around the World Cup with Visa & Adidas.

8 April 14
Twitter’s New Profile
Twitter announces roll out of new web profile layouts including a larger profile image and header photo, relocated profile image and bio, and the ability to sort tweets by tweets with media, tweets, replies, and more. The profiles will also enlarge posts in the feed that are seeing the highest engagement and give users the ability to pin a selected tweet to the top of their feed for followers to see first when visiting the profile.

Twitter’s New Profile

Twitter announces roll out of new web profile layouts including a larger profile image and header photo, relocated profile image and bio, and the ability to sort tweets by tweets with media, tweets, replies, and more. The profiles will also enlarge posts in the feed that are seeing the highest engagement and give users the ability to pin a selected tweet to the top of their feed for followers to see first when visiting the profile.

28 March 14
Twitter Introduces New Photo Features

Read More: https://blog.twitter.com/2014/photos-just-got-more-social
Twitter has announced two new features for mobile: photo tagging and multi-photo tweets. Photo tagging will allow users to tag up to 10 people in one photo without impacting the character count in a tweet. Users tagged in a photo will receive a notification, and tagging settings can be adjusted. Users can choose to allow anyone to tag them in photos, allow only people they follow to tag them in photos, or to not allow anyone to tag them. The second feature will give users the ability to share up to four photos in a single tweet, creating an automatic collage. To view the photos individually, users tap on the preview to open a full image and can scroll through the remainder. Tagging is currently rolling out to all mobile Twitter apps, and multi-photo tweets will roll out a bit more slowly - first to iOS, then Android and twitter.com. 


MORPHEUS POV - Rachel Levi: Twitter’s latest updates aim to encourage more users to share photos on the platform by enhancing the experience and removing past roadblocks, such as character limit with photo tagging. Brands should begin to take advantage of these new features, tagging influencers and participants in images shared to Twitter just as they would on Instagram. As the feature launches, brands should also take advantage of the ability to control who tags them in a photo by updating tagging settings as desired (the automatic setting will be to allow anyone to tag a user in a photo). Once multi-photo tweets roll out to all users, brands will be able to begin testing these posts to tell an expanded story on the platform. 

Twitter Introduces New Photo Features

Read Morehttps://blog.twitter.com/2014/photos-just-got-more-social

Twitter has announced two new features for mobile: photo tagging and multi-photo tweets. Photo tagging will allow users to tag up to 10 people in one photo without impacting the character count in a tweet. Users tagged in a photo will receive a notification, and tagging settings can be adjusted. Users can choose to allow anyone to tag them in photos, allow only people they follow to tag them in photos, or to not allow anyone to tag them. The second feature will give users the ability to share up to four photos in a single tweet, creating an automatic collage. To view the photos individually, users tap on the preview to open a full image and can scroll through the remainder. Tagging is currently rolling out to all mobile Twitter apps, and multi-photo tweets will roll out a bit more slowly - first to iOS, then Android and twitter.com

MORPHEUS POV - Rachel Levi: Twitter’s latest updates aim to encourage more users to share photos on the platform by enhancing the experience and removing past roadblocks, such as character limit with photo tagging. Brands should begin to take advantage of these new features, tagging influencers and participants in images shared to Twitter just as they would on Instagram. As the feature launches, brands should also take advantage of the ability to control who tags them in a photo by updating tagging settings as desired (the automatic setting will be to allow anyone to tag a user in a photo). Once multi-photo tweets roll out to all users, brands will be able to begin testing these posts to tell an expanded story on the platform. 

5 March 14
Twitter’s Promoted Accounts will now be featured in the platform’s search results on both desktop and mobile. Along with recommendations of who to follow, Promoted Accounts will natively appear within the “People” section of relevant search queries. 

Advertisers are unable to selectively opt-out of this display location in search results, and search queries are chosen automatically based on specified ad targeting. As a result, targeting parameters should be selected even more carefully to ensure the brand reaches the most interested and relevant consumers with Promoted Accounts. 
- Colleen Saporito, Associate Social Strategist

Twitter’s Promoted Accounts will now be featured in the platform’s search results on both desktop and mobile. Along with recommendations of who to follow, Promoted Accounts will natively appear within the “People” section of relevant search queries. 

Advertisers are unable to selectively opt-out of this display location in search results, and search queries are chosen automatically based on specified ad targeting. As a result, targeting parameters should be selected even more carefully to ensure the brand reaches the most interested and relevant consumers with Promoted Accounts. 

- Colleen Saporito, Associate Social Strategist

28 February 14
Twitter pays its interns an average monthly base of $6,791. LinkedIn and Facebook don’t look too shabby, either.

Twitter pays its interns an average monthly base of $6,791. LinkedIn and Facebook don’t look too shabby, either.

26 February 14
12 February 14

The mid-January Twitter profile redesign (top) and the Mashable-leaked profile redesign today.

11 April 13
8 April 13
Bloomberg LP finally added a Twitter feature—with a list of thousands of approved Twitter accounts—to its subscription data service, which provides breaking financial news to Wall Streeters.

Bloomberg LP finally added a Twitter feature—with a list of thousands of approved Twitter accounts—to its subscription data service, which provides breaking financial news to Wall Streeters.

26 March 13
A little-known fact is that Pope Francis has a couple of helping hands on social media: a pair of American undergraduate interns from Villanova University, a Catholic school in Pennsylvania.
— Mashable

(Source: Mashable)

21 March 13
Surprise surprise, Twitter is shaping up to be the most effective way to do second screen.

Surprise surprise, Twitter is shaping up to be the most effective way to do second screen.

Posted: 12:00 PM
courtenaybird:

In the Middle East, Twitter Rules - eMarketer

GlobalWebIndex surveyed over 152,000 internet users in 31 markets and found that two out of the three countries with the highest active Twitter user penetration rates were in the Middle East. In Saudi Arabia, 51% of internet users surveyed were active Twitter users, putting it in first place worldwide. The United Arab Emirates ranked third, with 34% of internet users actively using the social network. 

courtenaybird:

In the Middle East, Twitter Rules - eMarketer

GlobalWebIndex surveyed over 152,000 internet users in 31 markets and found that two out of the three countries with the highest active Twitter user penetration rates were in the Middle East. In Saudi Arabia, 51% of internet users surveyed were active Twitter users, putting it in first place worldwide. The United Arab Emirates ranked third, with 34% of internet users actively using the social network. 

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