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‘Retweet To Reemploy’ Campaign Helps Job Seekers Find Work

'Retweet To Reemploy' Campaign Helps Job Seekers Find Work

Fifth Third Bank is using Twitter to help its unemployed customers find a job. And you can help, with a retweet.

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George R. R. Martin Joins Twitter

George R. R. Martin Joins Twitter

Finally! Game Of Thrones uber-scribe George R. R. Martin has joined Twitter, which is fantastic news for all fans of A Song Of Ice And Fire.

Bad news: don’t expect to hear from him.

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New Zealand Could Best U.K. in Economic Growth, Predicts Steve Collie

With New Zealand’s economy defying trends seen in other countries, experts like veteran New Zealand businessman Steve Collie see continued strength in New Zealand’s dollar, built upon the strength of the country’s workers.
The data underlying New Zealand’s continued strong economic performance is robust, encouraging optimistic forecasts from market watchers. New Zealand has an export-driven economy, but demand overseas has been stable for a number of years, sparing the island nation problems that can be caused by variation in prices.
“The broad merchandise trade themes should sound familiar: booming exports driven by very strong primary exports, underpinned by high international prices and rising volumes,” wrote Stephen Toplis, head of research at the Bank of New Zealand, in a note describing the current state of New Zealand’s economy.
Although economists point to increased exports and prices for agricultural products overseas, Collie also points to the work ethic of New Zealand’s population as evidence of an upward trend in productivity. Read more

The @CIA Joins Twitter, Sends The Best First Tweet Of All Time

The @CIA Joins Twitter, Sends The Best First Tweet Of All Time

Careful what you say, because the CIA are now on Twitter.

And they opened their account with what could well be the best first tweet of all time.

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Twitter, Vine Coming To Xbox Soon

Twitter, Vine Coming To Xbox Soon

Microsoft has a vision: an Xbox in every living room, with the device becoming the central entertainment unit for the family.

Entertainment, of course, is a very expansive term, and now that description – and Microsoft’s vision – includes social media, as yesterday the Redmond giant announced that more than 45 new apps are coming to Xbox One and Xbox 360, including Twitter and Vine.

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Twitter Reacts To New Gotham Font

Twitter Reacts To New Gotham Font

Twitter made the bold step of changing its web font on Friday and discerning Twitter users spotted the change. The font was only updated on the web version of Twitter and the mobile interface used on smartphones and tablets remains unchanged.

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Hootsuite Rebrands With A New Look, A New Dashboard And A New Owl

Hootsuite Rebrands With A New Look, A New Dashboard And A New Owl

We’re big fans of Hootsuite at AllTwitter - I’ve been covering the popular social media dashboard since 2009 – and while the platform has gone through a number of changes over the years, the branding has remained pretty much the same.

That is, until now. Yesterday Hootsuite unveiled a new look, an update to the dashboard and, almost unthinkably, a new logo. Which means a new owl.

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The 20 Most Popular Brands On Twitter [STATS]

The 20 Most Popular Brands On Twitter [STATS]

@YouTube maintains its position as the top, most-followed brand on Twitter, with its more than 42 million followers placing it well ahead of all other brands, including the official @Twitter profile.

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Chris Fry, Twitter’s $10 Million Man, Steps Down

Chris Fry, Twitter's $10 Million Man, Steps Down

Chris Fry has stepped down from his role as senior vice president of engineering at Twitter, switching immediately to a purely advisory role with the company.

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Students Prefer Twitter Over Email, Says Professor

Students Prefer Twitter Over Email, Says Professor

Universities are increasingly having to use digital platforms such as Twitter and Facebook to communicate effectively with their students, with many turning to social media professionals to ensure their strategy is on point, reports The Times.

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