Yesterday Twitter released very disappointing quarterly results, with misses on both user and revenue growth. From the Wall Street Journal:
Twitter Inc. delivered its weakest quarterly revenue growth as a publicly traded company, casting a shadow on its fledgling advertising business, which until now has been a consistent bright spot. Investors, who sent the company’s stock down nearly 20%, were hit with a double whammy Tuesday as Twitter’s first-quarter results were leaked on the social-media service itself an hour before their release was expected.
The symbolism of the leak was appropriate: Twitter the service is so clearly indispensable, at least for some, but Twitter the company can’t seem to get it right.1 And so, after five years in charge, I believe it’s time for Twitter’s leadership, in particular CEO Dick Costolo, to make way for new leadership that has improved ...
If you saw my earlier blog posts on PYLON for Facebook Topic Data you will know how PYLON works and what you can do with it. But what is it that you get with topic data that makes it so valuable to brands and marketers? Essentially there are five key capabilities that are available in...
As we continue to offer more and more features to customers, such as PYLON for Facebook Topic Data, we're also investing to improve the experience building against our platform. This means more useful and relevant content available to marketers, agencies and most importantly - developers.
I started at DataSift a couple of months ago and have just taken my first trip to our San Francisco office. I was lucky enough when I was in town to get myself one of the hottest tickets in Silicon Valley - a place at F8, the Facebook developer conference.
How do you get a complete picture of the trends that should shape your future strategy? Insight into upcoming business opportunities and threats? The events your customers care about? Social data intelligence can answer many of these questions—but it’s often only part of the picture.
Twitter is taking back full control over who has access to its ‘firehose’ of real-time tweet data. Firehose data was previously made available to third-party apps via three authorized resellers – Gnip (which it acquired a year ago), Datasift and NTT Data. In a post on the Gnip blog yesterday, Twitter announced that it would be transitioning all data customers to a direct relationship with the company from August this year.
WordPress is the perfect place to pitch your online tent. In fact, this online publishing platform now powers 23% of the entire Internet. It’s a big claim backed by big stats: more than 409 million people view more than 15.5 billion pages each month, and WordPress users publish about 41.
Part of the difficulty and sensitivity of working with Human Data is protecting the privacy of the individuals that data represents. The most important principle to remember is that if you do not need to be processing personally identifiable information (PII), then don’t.
It’s a brave person who thinks they have nothing to learn from the Muppets. Today’s lesson comes from that Sesame Street stalwart Cookie Monster. When he first discovered cookies his mantra was Me want cookie! Me eat cookie! Om nom nom nom, but as time passed Mr.
The privacy environment is heating up. Its theme in 2015 could simply be “watch this space,” but I’ll flesh that out a little more. I see three areas that could well affect your data programs into the new year and beyond: New default settings on consumer oriented devic...
Sharing your scoops to your social media accounts is a must to distribute your curated content. Not only will it drive traffic and leads through your content, but it will help show your expertise with your followers.
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Integrating your curated content to your website or blog will allow you to increase your website visitors’ engagement, boost SEO and acquire new visitors. By redirecting your social media traffic to your website, Scoop.it will also help you generate more qualified traffic and leads from your curation work.
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Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.