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Twitter experiments with at least one new feature each and every day, and while most of these are simply that – experiments – some do move out of the beta process and become system-wide.
The platform’s latest venture, which it’s testing on its usual small subset of unsuspecting users, could actually be really useful: a Trends box that shows exactly why something is trending.
This Week on #Twitter: 83% of Fortune 500 on Twitter, Twitter Analytics Now Open, Twitter Cheat Sheet
Need a little weekend reading?
We’ve compiled our top ten Twitter stories of the week, which includes news that 83 percent of Fortune 500 companies now use Twitter, a look at the top metric on Twitter Analytics (now open to all), a study which suggests that Snapchat is becoming more popular than Twitter with young people, a Twitter cheat sheet and why Twitter say they are “happy” for users not to tweet.
Technology is a growing part of the classroom, with tablets and smart TVs quickly integrating themselves into the curriculum. But fast-paced change – and the fact that students are often miles ahead of both teachers and parents when it comes to the latest apps and social networks – can intimidate even the most tech-savvy teacher.
Here’s a quick-start guide for teachers who are looking to incorporate Twitter into their classroom as a learning tool, without getting lost in the millions of tweets sent every day.
Here’s a quick question: what colour is Twitter blue? That is, what’s the hexadecimal code that Twitter uses for their colour scheme?
Around 40 percent of all registered Twitter users do not tweet, and approximately 2-3 times its 271 million active users – somewhere between 540 to 710 million people – view Twitter content across the web but do not login.
That might be a problem for some companies. But Adam Bain, president of global revenue and partnerships at Twitter and considered by many as CEO Dick Costolo’s second in command, is fine with that.
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