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blogs.wsj.com - 17 readers, 221 Tweets - Days before the company’s quarterly earnings report, Twitter has announced its first foray into making money from the people who see the streams of 140-character tweets elsewhere.
thenextweb.com - 10 readers, 307 Tweets - Twitter has announced that it’s experimenting with delivering Promoted Tweet ads beyond its own services. It’s starting the experiment by bringing them to Flipboard and Yahoo Japan. In a post…
mashable.com - 8 readers, 581 Tweets - Pretty soon you won't need to be on Twitter to see Twitter advertising.
adweek.com - 8 readers, 361 Tweets - Promoted tweets are going to show up outside of Twitter for the first time, the company announced today, revealing part of its strategy for increasing ad exposure that had been been limited to its own site and apps. Now, it will serve paid Twitter messages to partner sites and apps, including Flipboard and Yahoo Japan, partly owned by Yahoo.
theverge.com - 7 readers, 731 Tweets - For a few years now, Google has been using Hangouts to connect the public with celebrities and world leaders, from David Beckham to President Obama. This week, Google has grabbed another huge...
arstechnica.com - 11 readers, 229 Tweets - Phone use distracted pilot and contributed to "spatial disorientation."
wsj.com - 11 readers - In the midst of the latest violence, online social-networking groups dedicated to specific towns in eastern Ukraine are offering some of the most vivid, real-time glimpses into the conflict’s crushing impact on civilians.