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Twitter Adds New Features For Verified Users (Average Joes Need Not Apply)

Twitter Adds New Features For Verified Users (Average Joes Need Not Apply)

Twitter started verifying users back in 2009, largely to combat the problem of impostor accounts and to establish the authenticity of key individuals and brands on the platform. It’s a fairly simple system that (bar one or two hiccups) works: any account with a blue verified badge on their Twitter profile is a verified account.

This week Twitter launched two new features for verified users: notifications when another verified user follows them, plus the option to filter their followers so only verified users are visible on iOS.

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75 Percent of Moms Say They Won’t Use Social Media for Back-To-School Shopping

75 Percent of Moms Say They Won't Use Social Media for Back-To-School Shopping

With all the mommy blogger hype, you’d think that moms would be flocking to Twitter, Facebook and other social networks to do their back-to-school shopping. But a new study says otherwise.

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20% of Young Shoppers in the UK Have Purchased Through Facebook (9% via Twitter) [STUDY]

20% of Young Shoppers in the UK Have Purchased Through Facebook (9% via Twitter) [STUDY]

15-24 year-olds in the United Kingdom will spend £5.7 billion online in 2014, with almost three in 10 having purchased a product through social media, reveals a new study.

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Is Your Business Ready for Social Media? (Use This Decision Tree to Find Out!)

Is Your Business Ready for Social Media? (Use This Decision Tree to Find Out!)

Is your business ready for social media?

Maybe. Maybe not. It certainly sounds like a simple enough question, but have you thought about everything that needs to be in place, and everything that you must be prepared to do, to ensure your social campaigns are successful?

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79% of Marketers Have Used Promoted Tweets in 2014 (But CPC Has Doubled Since January) [STUDY]

79% of Marketers Have Used Promoted Tweets in 2014 (But CPC Has Doubled Since January) [STUDY]

Twitter launched its Promoted Tweets marketing products back in April 2010 to much fanfare (and more than a little hyperbole). While the platform took a little while to find its legs, a new study has revealed that almost four in five U.S. marketers have now used Promoted Tweets in their advertising campaigns, despite paying more than twice what they were just six months ago.

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A New Michael Jackson Music Video Will Premier on Twitter

A New Michael Jackson Music Video Will Premier on Twitter

Even after death, Michael Jackson captures the world’s imagination in creative ways. His music video for “A Place With No Name” will debut on Twitter and in Times Square in New York late Wednesday.

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Cross-Channel Commerce: Mobile, Social and the Internet of Things [INFOGRAPHIC]

Cross-Channel Commerce: Mobile, Social and the Internet of Things [INFOGRAPHIC]

The consumer experience has changed. Instead of one visit to one store, customers now undertake a fragmented journey across a series of channels and devices. Two thirds of online shoppers say they have recently made a purchase that involved multiple channels, and sales involving social networks have seen an incredible 357 percent increase since last year.

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Social Networking Accounts for (at Least) 28% of all Media Time Spent Online [STUDY]

Social Networking Accounts for (at Least) 28% of all Media Time Spent Online [STUDY]

Internet users now spend a daily average of 6.09 hours on online media, and more than one full quarter of all that time that is used by social networking on platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat and Instagram, reveals a new study.

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New From Twitter: Promoted Video

New From Twitter: Promoted Videos

After trialling its one-tap streaming Video Card feature earlier this year Twitter has now launched Promoted Video on the platform, which allows marketers to upload and distribute video content on Twitter.

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Twitter Removes the Ability to Translate Tweets

Twitter Removes the Ability to Translate Tweets

Twitter has quietly removed Bing Translator integration with its web and mobile apps, which means that tweets are no longer automatically translated.

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