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Twitter Gives Websites Video Embeds

The widget works with videos captured and uploaded via Twitter’s iOS and Android apps as well as its Twitter Amplify partners, which include Viacom, BBC Global News, Fox TV, CBS, McDonald’s, Verizon, and the NFL. Twitter launched its native video experience in January after first teasing it a couple months prior. It enables Twitter users […]

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The Sad Truth About Twitter Statistics

Twitter is a content producing machine. With over 555 million users releasing 5,700 tweets per second, finding a captive audience for your company’s updates is daunting at best. A new report on Twitter stats has also revealed a depressing reality; active accounts (those that have posted in the last 30 days) have a median average of 61 […]

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Health Care Decision: CNN Posts The Wrong Headline

Whenever big events are brewing, it’s common for certain parties to prepare for all possible outcomes. Of course, most of the time we don’t see that, though. All we see is news organizations getting their stories up promptly and championship teams wearing their swag as soon as the game is over. We never see the […]

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05 Jun SEO, Twitter | Comments

Twitter Takes A Hard Look At Real-Time Search Queries

By Chris Crum · Google, which has essentially ruled the search world for years, once recognized the value of realtime search, and Twitter search in particular. The two companies had a deal, which would enable Google users to get quick, real-time results from Twitter for timely queries. Last year, that feature went away, as the […]

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Google, Microsoft, or Facebook: Who Dropped The Ball With Your Online Privacy?

By Drew Bowling The latest round in the ‘Who’s Doing Internet Worse?’ roulette Google, Microsoft, and Facebook are locked in a precarious blame game about who failed with your online privacy. First, Google gets caught bypassing a security feature in Safari that allowed the company to track users despite the no-tracking settings in Safari. Then […]

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