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Posts Tagged ‘Twitter Blog’

Introducing The New Twitter Media Blog

The @TwitterMedia team has officially unveiled a new blog, leaving its media microsite on Twitter’s developer forum in the dust.

The blog will track “cool, meaningful uses of Twitter in TV, music, sports, government, journalism and more.”

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Twitter Unveils A New (And Very Un-Twitter) Design For Its Official Blog

Twitter has rolled out a redesign of its official blog, which is quite a departure from the previous look, with the new design perhaps more befitting of the social micro-blogging network.

Or maybe it looks more like the default writing theme that comes with (or is easily downloadable for) many blogging platforms? You be the judge.

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Twitter Introduces The Follow Button Across The Web

Twitter has just unveiled a Follow Button which allows website visitors to instantly follow Twitter accounts directly from a participating website.
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Twitter Appoints “Country Manager” in Japan

Twitter has appointed its first “country manager”, starting their international focus in Japan. Announced on the Japanese Twitter Blog, this position entails building a solid team in Japan, which was Twitter first and remains its largest international presence.
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New Features on Twitter.com Dismiss Apps for Web-Based Functionality

Twitter is hard at work adding new features to #newTwitter, and they’re forging a path that few social media platforms go down when they’re large enough: web-based functionality. Sure, Facebook and iPods have their own basic functionality, but they’re wide open to third-party apps. Twitter, on the other hand, is showing its cards a bit with its latest slew of partnerships and new media integration.

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Twittercism: We’re Moving! (Advance Notice Of Probable Downtime)

I’m moving Twittercism to a new web server over this weekend and wanted to let readers know that there’s a good chance that the domain will be unreachable for a few hours while this is done.

I’ll try to make things as seamless as possible, but in my experience there’s always a few hours where the site is down when switching between hosts.

I’ll begin this process tomorrow (Sunday) and it may bleed into Monday in the worst-case scenario.

Why am I doing this? Traffic. Twittercism has seen a growing (and record) number of visitors and pageviews in the last couple of months and my current shared hosting setup is beginning to show the strain.

In the meantime, you can always reach me via Twitter.

Onwards and upwards!

If You Get Value Out Of Twittercism, Please Recommend It To Your Friends. Here’s How You Can Help!

Twittercism is a now little over a year old. In that brief period of time this blog has expanded from fairly humble beginnings to a fully-fledged Twitter resource, providing commentary, tips, tutorials and guides, as well as a little bit of occasional criticism, too.

Over 7,000 people now read Twittercism on a daily basis, accessing the content via RSS feed, email, Facebook and Twitter itself.

I’m on a big expansion drive at the moment, and I’d absolutely love if it you could help me out. Everything on Twittercism is completely free, and if you feel you’ve received some value from the articles and information I’ve written and published on this site, it would be incredible if you could help me grow the readership of this blog by recommending it to your friends.

It’s very easy to do. Here’s how you can help, and I’m also going to lay out for you the various ways you can subscribe to Twittercism.

Note: All of these subscription methods are 100% free of charge, and you can opt out at any time.

Email

Subscribe to Twittercism by emailAlmost three hundred people receive their updates from Twittercism via email. This goes out no more than once per day, and only when there’s something to say. No update, no email!

I’m really hoping to expand my email readership as in the weeks ahead I’m going to start sending out Twittercism newsletters, and these will only be available to email subscribers. The newsletters won’t be published on this blog or shared via Facebook or Twitter. Just email!

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