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Posts Tagged ‘Twitter Certified Products Program’

Twitter Approves 11 More Certified Products, Bringing The Total To 33

Twitter launched its Certified Products program last August with the goal of bringing “some of the most innovative products and services from Twitter developers to businesses and organizations that need them most.”

The certified badge is basically a stamp of approval from Twitter for an app or platform that symbolizes compliance with Twitter guidelines.

With a recent approval of 11 additional products, the total of Twitter Certified Products now comes to 33. Read on for the full list.

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Curate The Best Content Web-Wide With Rallyverse

Content makes the social web go round, but finding the right content to share on your company’s social networking properties is NOT a simple task most days. Sure, you can slap any ol’ thing on your Facebook page or Twitter every day and be done with it – but then why be there at all? What’s the point?

Wouldn’t it be great to consistently find trusted, highly viral content relevant to your industry that helps establish your company’s standing as a thought leader?

Here’s how you can do just that.

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Twitter’s Certified Products Program Adds New Members, A New Manager And New Verticals

Are you a disgruntled developer who did not fit the new and improved Twitter mold for coveted API access? Maybe you’re still hanging on by a thread, hoping something will change. Or maybe you were cast out like a black cat on Halloween.

Either way, take heart, you red-headed stepchild: there is hope for you yet. Twitter will soon be adding new verticals to its certified products program and that could result in Twitter saying “I choose you!

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