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How Much Is A Twitter Follower Worth? $2.50 Per Month According To One Company’s Lawsuit

Would you pay $2.50 for a Twitter follower?

One tech news site is suggesting that a former employee cough up $2.50 – per month – for each of his 17,000 followers that he took with him after leaving his post.

They’re suing him for a grand total of $340,000. And the case hasn’t been thrown out. Yet.
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Snoop Dogg Tweeted His Application To Become Yahoo’s CEO – Should You Tweet Your Next Employer?

It looks like Snoop Dogg is taking his considerable branding efforts to a new level: tweeting his way to a C-level position at Yahoo.

It might just be a joke (or it might not be!), but Snoop’s recent tweet-application raises the question of whether it’s a good idea to tweet your own resume to a potential employer.
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Twitter’s London Office Taking Shape With Relocation Of First US Employee

It’s been a long time coming, but it looks like Twitter is finally making some moves to start their rumored London offices. A former San Francisco Twitter employee has just transfered to the UK – but where exactly is anyone’s guess.
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Rumor: Twitter Hires Bing Search Scientist Alek Kotcz

It looks like Twitter has enticed yet another former Microsoft employee over to its team: Alek Kotcz, Principle Scientist at Microsoft’s Bing search engine appears to have left Bing for Twitter. Although this is still in rumor phase, there are several indications that Kotcz has joined the Twitter team, and we expect this to be made official in the coming days.
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