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Twitter issued a mea culpa yesterday for a slip-up that many didn’t realize had even happened.
In a blog post announcing the general availability of its Twitter TV Ad Targeting service, Twitter adopted three real Twitter users’ handles and attributed fake tweets to each of them. Needless to say, the users were not pleased.
Marketers can now “listen” to about a billion additional social media users, thanks to Salesforce Marketing Cloud’s newly added Radian6 listening coverage for the Russian and Chinese markets.
Salesforce Marketing Cloud, one of Twitter’s second wave of Certified Products, achieved the new listening functionality through partnerships with the major networks in both countries – Sina Weibo and Tencent in China, VKontakte in Russia.
At a moderated panel yesterday morning at the Center for Technology Innovation at Brookings, Twitter CEO Dick Costolo hinted at several key feature updates for the platform.
Most buzzed about was what he referred to as a “DVR mode” for Twitter, a way to filter the signal from the noise especially during live events.
After a red panda went missing from the D.C. National Zoo on Monday, Twitter played a crucial role in locating the animal in a Washington neighborhood later that day.
Read on to learn how.
In January, we shared a tweet from Twitter Principal Designer Josh Brewer calling for “a few good men & women” to join the design team.
Twitter’s design department continues to expand – but will do so without Brewer at its helm. After three years with the company, he’s taking off.
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