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Why they overlooked a tech-centric city like Austin in lieu of San Antonio is beyond me, but Twitter made a huge move yesterday when they announced the roll-out of Local Trends.
If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!Twitter lists can definitely be used for SEO purposes; they’re are just as spiderable as any other url, so it is possible for one to appear on a search engine results page. One of the most important things to [...]
This season two Twitter memes, Sh*t My Dad Says and Texts from Last Night, have been picked up by broadcasting networks to be aired as half-hour mainstream television series. While the creators of these memes are likely overjoyed with the amount of money they have the potential to make, how excited is the rest of [...]
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Twitter can’t seem to get their act straightened out with an integrated retweet function. Granted, retweeting was not an official feature and came from the community. Still, after countless 3rd party applications found a way to integrate retweeting into their apps, Twitter gave it a try last week.
And then they removed it.
I’m not [...]
Twitter took a giant step forward this morning in announcing the rollout of its new “List” feature, a tool that allows users to create targeted lists that others can follow.
Well we all knew that it would happen at some point. We just didn’t expect it to happen like this. But what’s Twitter gonna do with all this money?
If you’re like us, and you’re a tech-savvy company that’s got people tweeting this way and that throughout the day about any idle musings we may get into, you’re probably wondering the same thing we’ve been thinking about for the past 27 hours. Who would do such a thing?