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Twitter Rolls Out Surveys – And Reminds Us Why It Cares About "Consistent User Experiences" (AllThingsD)
Twitter is rolling out a new tool today, which will give advertisers the chance to survey users directly. The tool will be provided for free to some of its biggest advertisers, and will eventually be offered more widely.

Fact-checking Will Play Prominent Role in Tonight's Debate (Poynter)
Along with many other news organizations, The New York Times is marshaling a small army of red pencilers for the debate. Fact-checking "may well stem from decades of news-consumer frustration with the conventions of political reporting," Erik Wemple writes. But it also does big box office on the Web.

Facebook Tailoring Ad Offerings By Industry (AllFacebook)
Facebook VP of global marketing solutions Carolyn Everson said the social network is now tailoring its advertising offerings for specific industries, such as automotive and telecommunications.

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