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An Average Russian Internet User [INFOGRAPHIC]

Social media marketing must be targeted correctly to the various demographics in your current and prospective audience.

Thus, it’s prudent to stay aware of the current profiles of your readership base. Below, global Internet marketing firm Imcredo provides an up-to-date glance at today’s Russian Internet users.

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Salesforce Marketing Cloud Brings Radian6 Listening Coverage To Russia And China

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.

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Russia Pleased With Twitter Censorship? Be Afraid

Governments know they can’t get user data out of Twitter without a warrant, but they CAN do something that’s almost as bad: censor people with Twitter’s blessing.

Granted, Twitter has (fast and loose) rules around this as well, but you have to wonder WHAT is going on when the Kremlin, a place that isn’t known for embracing freedom of expression, is praising Twitter for blocking tweets.

If they’re happy with the response they’re getting, you shouldn’t be.

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Twitter Cooperates With Vladimir Putin To Block Access To Blacklisted Content In Russia

On the heels of the announcement that Twitter archives would now be available in Russian comes an announcement from Moscow that Twitter has cooperated with Czar Vladimir Putin to block access to blacklisted content in his country.

According to The Moscow Times, Twitter has “actively been engaged in cooperation” since early March with Russia’s Federal Service for Supervision in Telecommunications, Information Technology and Mass Communications.

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Russia’s Yandex Partners With Twitter For Real-Time Search

Twitter has inked a deal with Russian search engine Yandex to provide real-time search results to the leading search engine in Russia. The deal will give Yandex access to all public tweets directly from the firehose.
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