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For those of us that foresee Twitter becoming an increasingly important tool for brands and marketers, these numbers don’t feel right: Twitter only drove 2 percent of traffic on Cyber Monday and Black Friday.
Twitter has been slow to expand its advertising products, which is part of the reason why eMarketer has adjusted its forecast for the company’s 2011 advertising revenue. Projected to be $150 million in January of this year, the recent report suggests that the actual 2011 ad earnings will be closer to $150 million.
If you’re a merchant and you’re not on Twitter, now’s the time to set up your account. Two of three Twitter users say they have made a purchase which was influenced by Twitter.
It’s been a long time coming, but it looks like Twitter is finally making some moves to start their rumored London offices. A former San Francisco Twitter employee has just transfered to the UK – but where exactly is anyone’s guess.