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Posts Tagged ‘Summify’

A History Of Twitter’s Acquisitions

Over the past six years, Twitter has acquired no less than 19 companies. Some acquisitions, like TweetDeck, made a huge splash in the Twitter-related news-sphere, while others were more quietly done.

Here’s a look at Twitter’s acquisition history from 2008 to today.
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Twitter Shuts Down Summify Five Months After Acquisition

Those still receiving daily Summify emails – which compile the top social posts from Twitter, Facebook and Google Reader – will have to start looking for a new way to curate their social feeds: Summify is shutting its doors on June 22, just five months after being acquired by Twitter.
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Twitter Now Offering Weekly Summary Email

As we predicted last month (well, as Josh Davis of LL Social predicted and shared with us), it appears Twitter has found a use for Summify, the popular social media summary tool it acquired in January of this year.
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Is Twitter Going to Start Using Summify?

We told you about Twitter’s acquisition of Summify, a social media summary tool, in January. And we also shared the unfortunate news that as part of the acquisition, the Summify service would likely be shutting down and would certainly be closed to new users (if you don’t have an account, try to log in and see for yourself!). But . . . is Twitter testing out offering the service?
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Twitter Acquires Social Networks Summary Team Summify

Twitter has just acquired Summify, a social media summary tool, and will be bringing the team over to “the flock” to work with Twitter’s growth team.
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