Posts Tagged ‘Employees’
Although I think lists are among the most (potentially) powerful feature of Twitter, it seems like its own employees aren’t too keen on them. A look at how Twitter’s employees use lists reveals some pretty interesting stats. For instance, just under half of their 500+ employees (44.09 percent) have never created their own Twitter list.
As a small or medium business, you’ve got to incorporate Twitter into your social media strategy. But there’s plenty more to Twitter than just tweeting out press releases.
In the wake of the announcement that Twitter will launch its own photo sharing service, now’s a great time to review your Twitter photo sharing strategy, and learn the tips and tricks that will help you tweet multimedia with confidence.
They have between 174 and 9986 followers, they’ve been developing for Twitter’s API for years, and they’re Twitter’s 14 newest employees. Meet the new faces of Twitter, Inc., all formerly of TweetDeck.
Want to work at Twitter? The company is apparently on a hiring binge, having just added between 25 and 28 new employees. This brings up the total number of people working at Twitter to over 450.
Happy birthday Twitter! It’s five years ago this week that a small team of developers and creative types started working on Twitter. Although, as we know, it was called “Twttr” back then. In celebration of its fifth birthday, Twitter has released some very interesting stats about where it was back then, and where it is now.