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In my previous post on ensuring your open graph tags were properly set up, I stressed the importance of having these tags in place so as marketers we can stay in control of the message we send to our audiences.
Twitter launched a significant redesign of its micro-blogging service as the company looks to broaden its appeal, simplifying its process for new users while providing a more robust platform for advertisers.
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