Archives: April 2014
By its own admission Twitter experiments with a new feature at least once each day and while most of these are simply that – experiments – some do go on to become core parts of the system.
The latest experiment doing the rounds is called Significant Engagement, which surfaces “important or higher than usual engagement with your account or Tweets.”
Social media has changed the business of journalism.
Now, thanks to smartphones with built-in, high-resolution cameras and platforms such as Twitter and Facebook, anybody can be the source of news. Each and every one of has the ability to be the first person on the scene and document the events.
This Week On Twitter: New Twitter Profile Image Size Guide, Max Tweet Length, World Record Most Tweets
Need a little weekend reading?
We’ve compiled our top ten Twitter stories of the week, which includes the reveal of Twitter’s new profile page, with a complete image size guide, studies that suggest the ideal length of everything you publish online, a look at the user who has sent a world record number of tweets, tips on getting started with social media and a social media etiquette guide.
You may think you know Twitter, but have you been around long enough to sigh nostalgically and ask your coworkers, “do you remember when Twitter used to look like ____?”
Twitter has had many facelifts – both major and minor – in its eight years, and as the company moves towards what many are calling a Facebook-a-like redesign, we thought it would be a good time for a Twitter redesign retrospective.