By Shea Bennett on December 22, 2014 3:00 PM
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Have you finished your Christmas shopping?
For your sake, I hope so, as things tend to get a little crazy in the last-minute run-up to Christmas Day. Especially if you’re buying for kids – leave it too late, and that must-have Christmas toy is all but guaranteed to be out of stock.
Twitter has started selling advertising in Russia as it looks to build in a market where it’s already on par with rival Facebook.
Need a little weekend reading?
We’ve compiled our top ten Twitter stories of the week, which includes a study that says that email marketing is six times more effective than social media, news that Twitter has been rated top for content marketing, what we learned about social media in 2014, 6 tips to create a super social media strategy and how B2B marketers use social media for events.
‘Tis the season to spread a little joy – and it doesn’t take much to bring some joy to those who have been retweeting, favoriting, and replying to you all year. Here are 10 ways to thank your followers before Christmas.
Photo-sharing social app Instagram has removed millions and millions of profiles that were believed to be spam accounts, in a move that has angered many users.
A leading British politician has criticised Twitter for their handling of abuse and called on it to ban racist words which she says can “never be used in a positive way”.
Earlier this year I took a look at how Twitter’s stock had performed compared to Facebook’s in 2014.
The short answer: pretty poorly. While they started the year tracking each other pretty closely, by July Facebook was outperforming Twitter by an eye-opening 80 percent.
Fast-forward five months later, and that situation has got even worse.
Emoji translates to “picture character” in Japanese, and these little characters have revolutionised the way many people communicate around the internet and through their mobile devices.
Twitter is no exception. Last month the platform open-sourced its entire emoji collection for the world to enjoy. And they do, in their hundreds of millions. So here’s the big question: what’s the most popular emoji on Twitter?