Dick Costolo

Dick Costolo is the current CEO of Twitter and was its former COO. He took over as CEO from Evan Williams in October 2010.
Posts about Dick Costolo
  • The Social Media Revolution: Make Money Or Die

    …. (Check out Jon Loomer for help with your Facebook ads.) To ensure that your business is prepared for the social media revolution, take these 5 steps. This is fancy marketing talk for build a blog. (BTW—Chris Brogan’s been telling people this for years.) While we’ve made the case for blogging before, in short, you need a blog because you control…

    Heidi Cohen/ Heidi Cohenin Social Facebook Twitter- 11 readers -
  • WAM Analyzes Twitter Abuse Reports for Patterns, Problems

    … Twitter has a problem: Much like other popular social networks, there is a seedy subculture that thrives on trolling and abusing other users. Efforts to address this problem have had unintended consequences, and Twitter CEO Dick Costolo openly admitted that the social network is not great at handling abuse. In November, Twitter granted…

    AllTwitterin Social Facebook Twitter- 14 readers -
  • 5 things we learned about Twitter in 2014

    … CFO Anthony Noto said that Twitter would be introducing a feed that would display tweets algorithmically instead of the current model which allows users to choose whose tweets they’d like to see. The idea behind this change — which has already started — is that it will make Twitter more palatable to Internet users who sign up for the service only…

    John Mcdermott/ Digidayin Social Twitter- 15 readers -
  • Twitter Will Track The Mobile Apps Users Have Downloaded

    Twitter is about to get more up close and personal with your mobile device. The social network signaled today that it will start collecting data on the mobile apps that its users have downloaded. The move, first reported today by Re/Code and laid out on a new support page, is meant to help the company “build a more personal Twitter experience” for users.

    Martin Beck/ Marketing Land- 5 readers -
  • Twitter Now Lets You Share & Discuss Tweets Privately

    … Twitter enhanced its back-channel discussion options today, enabling users to share and discuss tweets via direct message. Now people will be able to send copies of tweets and comment on them out of the public eye. It’s not an earth-shattering change but it tightens a system that Twitter executives admitted was lacking. Twitter CEO Dick…

    Martin Beck/ Marketing Landin Social Twitter- 9 readers -
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