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Posts Tagged ‘twitter 2014’

Twitter Transparency Report: 2,058 Account Information Requests, up 46% [REPORT]

Twitter Transparency Report: 2,058 Account Information Requests, up 46% [REPORT]

Twitter has released its fifth Transparency Report, a bi-annual update that aims to “provide more meaningful and constructive insight into the global government and copyright requests we receive, and their respective impact, with the goal of making this report more compelling and informative for you”.

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You Won’t Believe How Much Facebook’s Stock has Outperformed Twitter’s in 2014 [CHART]

You Won't Believe How Much Facebook's Stock Has Outperformed Twitter's In 2014 [CHART]

Twitter will announce its second quarter 2014 earnings in a little over one hour’s time, after the closing bell in New York. I cover many of Wall Street’s expectations in this post here, but thought it would be interesting to see how Twitter’s stock performance has compared throughout the year to that of its great rival, Facebook.

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Twitter Expected To Grow By Almost 25% In 2014 As Asia Becomes Biggest Audience [STUDY]

Twitter Expected To Grow By Almost 25% In 2014 As Asia Becomes Biggest Audience [STUDY]

Twitter’s user base is on track to grow by 24.4 percent in 2014 as the platform gains a greater share of its total audience from countries in the Asia-Pacific region, suggests new data from eMarketer.

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The State Of Twitter 2014 [INFOGRAPHIC]

The State Of Twitter 2014 [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that more than 300 billion tweets have been sent since Twitter first opened its doors way back in March, 2006?

What if I told you that five Vines are now tweeted each and every second, that almost two-thirds of brands have multiple Twitter accounts or that a Promoted Trend can cost upwards of $200,000 – for a single day?

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Twitter’s Latest Experiment: The Mute Button

Twitter's Latest Experiment: The Mute Button

By its own admission Twitter experiments with at least one new feature each and every day (recent highlights have included a significant engagement metric and a new signup process) and while most of these are simply that – experiments – some do move out of the beta process and become system-wide.

One of Twitter’s latest ventures is a tool that’s long been part of a number of third-party Twitter apps but has never been incorporated within Twitter’s core: a mute button.

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One Fifth Of UK Consumers Now Use Twitter, Rising To One Quarter By 2017 [STATS]

One Fifth Of UK Consumers Now Use Twitter, Rising To One Quarter By 2017 [STATS]

Twitter has always had a special relationship with the good people of the United Kingdom, particularly with those who live in London or who work in the media, but the numbers have never really reflected across the country as a whole, certainly compared to its great rival, Facebook.

I’ve been an active user of Twitter since 2008 and for the first three or four years I could count the friends and even colleagues who used Twitter regularly on one hand. That situation has changed somewhat in the last year or two, with many of my associates now active on the service (although still significantly less than Facebook), and this advance is reflected in new data from eMarketer, who estimate that more than one fifth (21.1 percent) of consumers in the UK will use Twitter in 2014, rising to one quarter by 2017.

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Twitter Stock Falls Heavily After Disappointing User Growth

Twitter Stock Falls Heavily After Disappointing User Growth

Shares in Twitter (TWTR) fell heavily today with the market opening 23 percent lower than yesterday’s closing price after investors expressed concern about slowing user numbers following the company’s first earnings report since its IPO.

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