Twitter has released research showing that it can help marketers better reach viewers when they’re watching live events, particularly sports, on TV. According to Twitter, data from comScore shows it is the only social network that gets a lift in… Read More ›
“TicToc by Bloomberg” combines the news-gathering abilities of Bloomberg’s 2,700 journalists and analysts from around the world with “the digital power and immediacy of Twitter, one of the world’s fastest and primary news distribution channels.” Read more at The Hill.
If you have a Twitter rant you really need to get off your chest, then it’s your lucky day. Twitter announced that it’s adding a tool that makes it easy to thread tweets together, giving users more space for thoughtful… Read More ›
Twitter is looking to simplify the way advertisers interact with its platform by rolling out a self-serve advertising subscription tool, Promote Mode, which gives advertisers the chance to automate their promoted tweets by paying a monthly subscription fee. Read more at… Read More ›
Data-driven Internet companies that boast they can precisely target advertising down to users’ laundry detergent and their favorite TV shows are getting a reputation for overstating their reach. Read more at USA Today.
Twitter plans to begin requiring disclaimers on political ads. The microblogging service said it intends to launch a new “transparency center,” which will show all ads on the service and will also include personalized information about how ads were targeted… Read More ›
The company will mark political ads with special labels, and let users see all active ad campaigns on the service. Read more at Recode.
Why Facebook, Google and Twitter find themselves in the middle of an investigation into the 2016 election. Read more at Recode.
For the first time in history, Twitter is changing its character limit. The service announced it is doubling its character count for tweets — from 140 characters to 280 characters — for some of its users. Read more at CNN.
Twitter is testing a subscription-style ad program that would have businesses pay $99 a month for their accounts and some of their tweets to be automatically promoted on the social network. Read more at Marketing Land.