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Too Many Ads On Twitter, Facebook Are Overwhelming Consumers [INFOGRAPHIC]

Are you overwhelmed with the number of ads flying across your computer screen, smartphone and TV? Well, if you think you’re facing advertising fatigue now, prepare yourself: Twitter has just announced that it would be increasing the number of ads you see on your iPhone and Android apps.

But will the move be well received? Consumers are sick of ads, feeling bombarded across their many media. A new infographic explores just how tired we all are of the ads we see on social networks, in our searchers, and whenever we turn our heads.
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Be Prepared To Pony Up $25,000 If You Want A Slick Brand Page For Your Business On Twitter

One way to get your company noticed on Twitter is to convert your regular profile page to a brand page, a feature the company launched in December. And while rumors have it they’re opening up brand pages to more than just their 21 test partners soon, they’re not going to be cheap.
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Some Advertisers Are Paying Up To $10 Per Follow On Twitter

The Financial Times has some interesting insights into just what advertisers are willing to pay for more followers on Twitter – and they’re not cheap.

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Twitter Is Second-Most Visible Brand On Prime-Time TV, And It Doesn’t Pay For Any Placement

Twitter beats out all other brands, save one, when it comes to visibility on primetime broadcast TV shows. In fact, Twitter was more visible than all paid product placements on TV in August. And the company didn’t have to drop a dime.
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67% of Twitter Users Say They Would Purchase Something a Follower Recommended

Adam Bain spoke at the Ad Age Digital Conference this week about his experiences in the past 6 months on the job as Twitter’s president of revenue. He touted some impressive stats about Twitter’s advertising potential – it’s high engagement rate, repeat business, and a look at what consumers are doing on Twitter versus Facebook.
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Charlie Sheen’s First Twitter Advertisement is… For an Intern. For Himself.

Well, at least it’s nothing controversial. Charlie Sheen has inked his first advertising contract with a specific brand, and the product he’s selling is an internship… with himself. I guess, considering all of the intense self-promotion and aggrandization lately, this move fits with Sheen’s #winning attitude.
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