Posts Tagged ‘Twitter mobile’
Launched back in 2010, Twitter’s Promoted Accounts advertising tool is, in my opinion, the most effective way to drive relevant followers to a profile on the platform.
Why? It works. End of. You only get charged when somebody actually follows you (the impressions are free), and the more you spend, the more followers you get.
Twitter launched its official Twitter For Android app way back in April 2010, but until now the product has only been optimised for mobile devices, and not tablets.
Good news. Yesterday, Twitter For Android was officially released for Android tablets, and it comes with a ton of features, including landscape view, multi-screen view, widgets, a tool that lets you illustrate your tweets, and more.
Twitter is preparing for its biggest product redesign in close to two years, with a complete overhaul of its popular mobile app in progress as the company looks to attract a larger, more mainstream audience ahead of its IPO, reports AllThingsD.
While they have not commented officially, AllThingsD’s sources say that Twitter is waiting for the release of Apple’s much-hyped iOS 7 operating system before releasing an initial update to their iPhone and iPad apps, with a richer, from-the-ground-up revamp expected later this year.
According to the eMarketer research, its first-ever stab at estimating Twitter usage on mobile phones, 28 million people will use Twitter on their mobile phones at least monthly this year, up 22% over 2012 figures.
Did you know that three out of four UK Twitter users use Twitter whilst away on holiday, with 59 percent doing so every day they are on vacation?
Once Twitter gets its claws into you it’s easy to become hooked, so why stop just because you’re not at home? As you might expect, four out of five access Twitter via a mobile device whilst abroad, with searches on Twitter for events, restaurant recommendations and flight updates increasingly common.
Google earned more than half of the $8.8 billion spent worldwide by advertisers on mobile internet ads in 2012, giving the search giant a 52.36 percent share of global ad revenue.
This year, both the global mobile ad market and Google’s share therein is expected to almost double, with eMarketer forecasting mobile internet ad revenues of $8.85 billion for Google in 2013 from $15.82 billion overall, far ahead of second-placed Facebook, which is tipped to earn $2.04 billion (12.9 percent share).
NEXT PAGE >>