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The World Cup is a global phenomenon, attracting viewers, spectators and travelers from across the world every four years. And because of this multiculturalism, much of the news stories, event coverage and more are broadcast in a variety of languages.
One company wants to use social media to help people the world over to understand any and all coverage of the World Cup, by providing real-time translations via Twitter.
Here’s the awful truth: nobody is reading your blog.
So, what are you going to do about it?
Twitter is apparently experimenting with a new feature that would allow users to share a video clip without linking to or uploading the video – all they have to do is type a hashtag.