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Twitter’s disconnects from seemingly simpatico platforms is well-known, but the part folks don’t usually focus on is this: Twitter is actually helping these Twitter-addicted tech platforms (in a round-about way).
So it looks like yesterday’s video post by Twitter’s CEO was no mistake. They sure know how to get the Internets buzzing at Twitter, hmm?
And today we have a snazzy new feature to play with, six-second videos. Third-party video developers would do well to find a new home – and the folks at Tumblr better pick up the pace too, because Twitter is coming for you next.
Twitter has been on a virtual rampage lately, shutting its doors to prominent companies who had been used to displaying and interacting tweets for years. Businesses like LinkedIn appear to be doing just fine after being ousted by Twitter, but the latest to be put on the chopping block might not be so lucky.
Unless you’ve been living in a bird-free zone, you know that Twitter recently overhauled their home page. The new page allows people to see shared videos, links and photos directly within the stream of Twitter by clicking the ‘open’ button. Photos are expanded, videos are displayed and even links to text articles are expanded into small snippets of the original source. I worry that this is going to take its toll and put pressure on services like Tumblr.
Read more at Social Times
HootSuite, one of the most popular Twitter dashboards, is expanding in a big way. The company just announced its new App Directory, a platform for third-parties to integrate their existing apps (or build custom ones) into HootSuite.
The first wave of big-name apps to hit the directory include YouTube, Flickr, Tumblr and Get Satisfaction.