In just a few years Twitter has evolved at a steady, and sometimes furious pace, and now, post IPO, and looking ahead to the future, it’s still not definitive exactly what Twitter is today, circa 2013, or what it is going to be become.
As I’ve always said, Twitter can and always has been a million different things to a million different people, and that may never change. But for organisations, certainly those in the business of media, such as TV, music, sports, news and government agencies, Twitter’s role is perhaps clearer. But even then, it’s good to know where to start.
Enter media.twitter.com, now revised and updated, and dedicated to “Twitter best practices, success stories and more” for anyone involved in the media industry.
As Twitter’s role in the media world continues to grow and evolve, we wanted to create a place where people and companies from the worlds of TV, sports, journalism, government, music, faith and nonprofits could have self-service access to ways to increase their impact in the global town square.
This new site, which is a searchable database of how-to’s curated by the @Twittermedia team, is designed to complement our other channels:
this blog, which regularly chronicles the great work media players are doing with Twitter our portfolio of newsletters, which detail successful Twitter uses by industry our various Twitter accounts
The new media.twitter.com is available now.
(Source: Twitter Blog.)
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