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Twitter Is Giving Away £1,000 In Advertising To Small Businesses In The UK

Twitter wants to get UK advertisers on board with their Promoted Products, so they’re making them an offer: share your Twitter stories with us, and we’ll give you £1,000 to spend.
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Twitter’s Self-Serv Ads Rolling Out For Select Businesses Today [VIDEO]

Businesses eligible to access Twitter’s self-serve advertising platform will be notified by American Express today. Why is the notification coming from American Express and not Twitter? As we reported last month, the credit card company has landed an exclusive deal with Twitter – at least for the product’s initial rollout.
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Now Advertisers Can Target iOS And Android Users With Their Promoted Tweets

Twitter announced on Tuesday that advertisers now have access to expanded options when it comes to serving up Promoted Tweets to smartphone users.
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Twitter Ads Will Start Appearing On Your Smartphone Soon

Mobile Twitter users, your time has come: you will soon start to see ads in your apps.

Expanding its advertising – called Promoted Products – into its mobile apps is yet another way that Twitter is looking to ramp up its revenue-generating products.
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UK Promoted Trends See Engagement Rates As High As 11%

Twitter began selling its advertising products, Promoted Trends, Tweets and Accounts, in the UK in late September.

Now, Electronic Arts (EA), the second advertiser to participate in the program, has just released some statistical insight into just how effective these ads have been.
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Why You Can’t Compare Twitter Ads With Facebook Ads… Yet

Although it’s tempting to look at Twitter and Facebook, slap on the label of “social media” and think of ads on both networks as the same, that attitude is far too restrictive for both networks.

Facebook offers opportunities that Twitter does not, and vice versa. The ad products on Facebook are more mature, targeted differently and appear contextually differently within the site. So if your company is looking at Twitter and Facebook ads as one and the same, here are some distinctions to help you tease out the differences and see a bigger bang for your marketing bucks.
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Twitter’s Promoted Tweets, Trends And Accounts Now Available In Japan

Twitter has rolled out its Promoted Products to a third country, Japan, following last year’s launch in the US and last month’s launch in the UK.
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Meet Twitter’s Newest Official Account: @TwitterAds

If there was any doubt that 2012 would be the year that Twitter really geared up its advertising products, let that now be banished. The company has unveiled a brand new official Twitter account – and a shiny new blog to go along with it – called @TwitterAds today.
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Twitter Begins Selling Promoted Products In The UK Today

In a blog post this morning, Twitter announced that it has begun selling Promoted Products, which include Tweets, Accounts and Trends, to UK-based businesses.

The first brand to jump on UK-based Promoted Products is Sky network promoting the new season of Glee, which launches today in the UK.
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Twitter To Open Up Promoted Tweets To UK Companies In October

Twitter is gearing up to expand its Promoted Tweets to businesses in the UK this October, according to a recent report. More on what brands will likely be the first to sign up below.
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