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Add Offerpop To Your List Of Twitter Certified Partners

Twitter launched its certified products program last August with the goal of bringing “some of the most innovative products and services from Twitter developers to businesses and organizations that need them most.”

This came after throwing a slew of third party developers to the wolves like discarded medieval scraps, so the move was met with muted enthusiasm.

But for those lucky few to be initially selected, it was (and still is) a time to of plenty. And you can now add Offerpop to that list of winning products. You’ll be happy you did.

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Twitter Teams With Weather Channel, Allowing Future Hurricane Advertising Options

Do you post about the weather on Twitter? Or check Twitter during extreme weather to get the latest updates?

Twitter (and The Weather Channel) are counting on it. And they’ve devised a way to cash in, while giving advertisers more targeted bang for their buck.

Let’s just hope they’ve thought it through!

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Twitter Casts Video Services Out Into The Cold, Dark Web

Twitter announced some updates to its app on its blog today. The updated features make using Twitter faster and easier – with nifty little bits of awesomeness to boot (read that post to learn more).

The blog didn’t share another piece of news about the update though, one that can be found on the iTunes page: Twitter has cast video services Mobypicture and Vodpod out into the cold, dark Web to fend for themselves (or just, you know, upload their videos somewhere else).

Fortunately, Twitter isn’t something the general public will be using with any regularity five years from now, so maybe they can go live with LinkedIn or something.

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Soundtracking Fans Can Share AND Play Music In Twitter

Lots of talk of Twitter card integration around these parts the past few days. And now we have another to add to the list: Soundtracking.

You can now expand tweets with attached Soundtracking media and listen in along with your friends.

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