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Posts Tagged ‘Twitter API’

AdParlor Is Next Twitter Advertising API Partner

AdParlor Teams With Twitter As Ads API Partner

Adknowledge’s social media platform AdParlor has been named a Twitter Ads API partner, one of only a select handful of companies that boast that designation in addition to being a Facebook Strategic Preferred Marketing Developer.

Users of AdParlor’s platform can now tap into cross-channel insight that benefits digital ad initiatives across all networks, not just one in silo.

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You Can Now Geo-Target Organic Tweets Using Spredfast

Social relationship platform provider Spredfast recently announced that it has strengthened its relationship to Twitter to develop a pretty amazing feature for brands that use their platform.

Austin-based Spredfast’s new “Tweet Delivery by Country” capability enables brands to target organic tweets by country. That means you can reach the right audience with relevant content at the right time by sending tweets in different languages, published regionally. And we’re not talking Twitter ad campaigns: we’re talking organic, one-off, free-to-send tweets.

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Twitter Retires API V1, Transitioning To V1.1

In March, Twitter announced via its developer blog that its API v1 would officially retire on Tuesday, May 7, 2013, then gave developers a reprieve with a May announcement that the API 1 shutdown wouldn’t take place until June 11.

Now the transition to API V1.1 has officially taken place.

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Best Support Ticket Ever Claiming Twitter’s API Is Pulling Tweets From The Future

With alerts set up for certain keywords and phrases – and one searching for “Twitter API” issues, there are interesting results from time to time. And man, did it surface the BEST support ticket ever today.

There’s really no good way to summarize it, so you’ll find it in full below. Thank you for this, @timebot. Thank you.

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‘Twitter Spritzer’ And Other Twittery Things You Forgot Existed

You’re all over Twitter every day and you know all about it, right? Well, maybe you do, maybe you don’t, but (most likely) you don’t have “everything Twitter” at the tip of your tongue every second of the day, particularly if you’re a Twitter marketer and not an app developer.

Either way, we have a quick list for your reference. It’s full of Twittery things you either didn’t know about or heard of before and forgot they existed (like diphthongs). Take a scan so you don’t send out foolish tweets or say something silly the next time you’re “talking Twitter” with the masses.

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Twitter Delays API Shutdown Until June 11

In March, Twitter announced via its developer blog that its API v1 would officially retire on Tuesday, May 7, 2013.

Well, developers are getting a reprieve – Twitter has delayed the API 1 shutdown until June 11.

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How To Create Your Own Twitter Apps For Free

Want to create a Twitter app for free? You can learn how to manipulate Twitter’s Application Programming Interface (API), using the free resource we’re going to tell you about.

It will take you a little time to learn, but it’s time much better spent when compared to how you currently spend time online: reading or writing long status updates on Facebook and Instagramming your lunch.

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Twitter Schedules Another Blackout Test For API Holdouts

If you didn’t participate in Twitter’s blackout test last month, please get out your calendar and be sure to take part in this one – or you may find yourself on our API death watch series, or worse – the Twit list.

You’ve been warned.

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PeopleBrowsr Beats Twitter In Federal Court, Wins Costs, Hope (For All Third-Party Developers)

In November of last year, Peoplebrowsr, who make Kred (amongst other products), won a temporary restraining order (TRO) against Twitter after the latter terminated their longstanding relationship, which threatened to cut off PeopleBrowsr’s access to Twitter’s “firehose” of tweets.

Without that firehose, Peoplebrowsr doesn’t have much of a business. Twitter took the case to Federal Court, on the basis that “PeopleBrowsr’s complaint is based on federal antitrust law”, filing a Notice of Removal to have the TRO removed. It didn’t work. The Federal Court agreed with PeopleBrowsr, and the case is now returning to State Court, which gives PeopleBrowsr a much better chance of winning.

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Not Everyone Hates Twitter’s New API – And One Company Thinks It’s Pretty Neat

You’ve heard from developers a-plenty complaining about how unfair Twitter has been to them lately. And you’ve heard the doom and gloom about those being shut down due to Twitter’s pending API changes. Heck, we even started  an API Limit Death Watch to chronicle the gruesome details.

Imagine our surprise to come across a developer singing Twitter’s praises – and even after they’ve gone through the process of implementing the required API changes.

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