AllFacebook SocialTimes 10,000 Words MediaJobsDaily

News

Twitter Buys Gnip, Promises To Make Data More Accessible

Twitter Buys Gnip, Promises To Make Data More Accessible

Twitter has acquired Gnip, a major provider of social data (and a long-term Twitter partner), for an undisclosed amount.

Gnip has worked closely with Twitter for four years, delivering more than 2.3 trillion (yes, trillion) tweets to customers across 42 countries in that time, providing insights into a range of industries such as finance, marketing and business intelligence.

Read more

Sponsored Post

Hands-On Social Media Training for Beginners

Social Media 101In our Social Media 101 boot camp, you'll determine the social media sites that matter most to you, based on personal and professional goals. Starting May 13, you will learn the best practices for using Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, Pinterest, Instagram and Tumblr, along with complete personal profiles on each site. Register today!

Airport Launches Twitter Departure Board

Airport Launches Twitter Departure Board

Leeds Bradford Airport has launched an application which shares live flight data via Twitter, communicating arrival and departure information directly to the end user.

Read more

New From Twitter: Real-Time, Interactive Notifications

New From Twitter: Real-Time, Interactive Notifications

Earlier this week Twitter announced a redesign that many felt was a bit too close to the look of its great rival, Facebook. Now, Twitter has introduced another new feature to Twitter.com, real-time notifications, which also appear to be Facebook-like in implementation.

Read more

Twitter Launches Facebook-A-Like Redesign In The Continuing Search For New Users

Twitter Launches Facebook-A-Like Redesign In The Continuing Search For New Users

Today Twitter has announced a radical redesign of profiles that the company hopes will help them both attract and retain new users to the service.

While Facebook-like in styling, the new Twitter profiles are significantly slicker in both look and feel than they’ve ever been before, with a greater emphasis being made on photos and popular tweets.

Read more

Turkey Removes Twitter Ban After Court Ruling

Turkey Removes Twitter Ban After Court Ruling

After blocking access to Twitter on March 21 and increasing the severity of that ban a few days later, Turkey has finally lifted the suspension of Twitter across the country after the nation’s Constitutional Court ruled that the move, which was widely condemned, had breached freedom of expression.

Read more

41% Of Marketers Incorporate Social Media Into Their Email Campaigns [STUDY]

41% Of Marketers Incorporate Social Media Into Their Email Campaigns [STUDY]

Four in 10 marketers worldwide integrate social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook into their email marketing campaigns, reveals a new study.

Read more

Watch It, Read It, Tweet It – How We View And Share News [INFOGRAPHIC]

Watch It, Read It, Tweet It - How We View And Share News [INFOGRAPHIC]

How do you take your news in the morning? If you’re anything like a quarter of Americans it’s via social media, with 29 percent also sharing news updates via platforms such as Twitter and Facebook, too.

Read more

Twitter, Billboard Announce Real-Time Music Chart, Powered By Tweet Conversation

Twitter, Billboard Announce Real-Time Music Chart, Powered By Tweet Conversation

Twitter has announced a partnership with Billboard to create a real-time music chart which will track U.S. music conversation on Twitter.

Read more

New From Twitter: Post Up To 4 Photos (And Tag Your Friends) In A Single Tweet

New From Twitter: Post Up To 4 Photos (And Tag Your Friends) In A Single Tweet

Twitter has a growth problem. And part of that problem is that users find the service both confusing and somewhat limiting. Yesterday, the company announced a major update that should partly resolve this issue, certainly when it comes to image sharing on your mobile phone.

Read more

Twitter Takes Turkey To Court Over Ban

Twitter Takes Turkey To Court Over Ban

The Turkish government banned Twitter throughout the country last week and has increased the severity of the ban in recent days. Now, Twitter is challenging the block by filing petitions for lawsuits in Turkish courts to formally ask for the ban to be lifted.

Yep. Twitter is suing Turkey. In Turkey.

Read more

NEXT PAGE >>