Which Social Media Platform is More Social Friendly?
Jun25

Which Social Media Platform is More Social Friendly?

  Social media has been a blessing in disguise for businesses. By having the world together on one platform, it has created the biggest customer base ever. Imagine a stadium filled with people where widescreens are showing advertisements for all the products sponsoring that event. This is how eye-catching social media is. Each social media platform however, caters to a different target market, which means that if you are...

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Twitter Slams Politwoops
Jun06

Twitter Slams Politwoops

  News broke out earlier this week that Twitter has finally made the impending decision of shutting down Politwoops, a project of Sunlight Foundation, focusing on tracking deleted tweets of politicians. The Sunlight Foundation confirmed the news with a tweet, despite that the website is still accessible. The service became popular for capturing misspellings, mistakes, and misfires made by politicians. All deleted tweets could be...

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‘What Twitter Can Be’ Steals the Show At the Shareholders’ Meeting
Jun04

‘What Twitter Can Be’ Steals the Show At the Shareholders’ Meeting

  Executive and managers at Twitter were ready for a crucial shareholder meeting yesterday until one of the shareholders crashed the party. Chris Sacca presented an 8,500-word business plan ‘What Twitter Can Be.’ Chris Sacca is one of the largest and most loyal shareholders of Twitter but certainly shocked the beleaguered management with his groundbreaking publication: “I believe Twitter can be so much more than it is...

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Twitter’s App No Longer Available From Glassware Page

Twitter’s app is no longer available from the Glassware page for Google Glass. Though, no official statement has been made to that effect, it might not be unconnected with the company’s decision to stop supporting the platform. It could also be an indication that Twitter is concluding plans to introduce another version compatible with the next generation of Glass hardware, according to gigaom.com. Users are now sceptical about...

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Twitter Sues US Government Over Disclosure Surveillance Orders
Oct08

Twitter Sues US Government Over Disclosure Surveillance Orders

Twitter, which is rated as one of the biggest platforms for microblogging has sued the United States Government over issues bothering on the decision of the Justice Department to place restrictions on what it can reveal publicly in terms of national security requests for user data violate the firm’s First Amendment rights; the Washington Post reports. The company is seeking to take a step further than five other tech firms, which had...

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