You would’ve been forgiven for thinking Google Alerts were a thing of the past, but back in January the internet giant gave the popular notifications service a significant lick of paint, representing its first notable upgrade in a while.
Forbes Twitter Reveals Its Master Plan For Growing As Big As Facebook Forbes For months, Twitter has been struggling with the perhaps unreasonable expectation of investors that its growth curve resemble that of Facebook.
News Corp is working on an app-based news service to blend original reporting with repurposed content from its many outlets, reports the Financial Times, which cites people familiar with the situation.
“Awesome news: 490 people saw a tweet I sent out this week! Awesomer still, 16 people either clicked the link, left a reply, or favorited the tweet. And as for the other 474 people? I couldn’t tell you.”
Andy Bull's insight:
fascinating insight into your hidden Twitter audience
“Didn't Read Facebook's Fine Print? Here's Exactly What It Says Huffington Post So, like every other one of the world's 1.28 billion monthly active Facebook users, you blindly agreed to Facebook's Terms and Conditions without reading the fine print.”
Scheduling your Tweets is an art form. First, you have to pick the piece of content, then craft the copy, the CTA, build the link and finally send it off. In the past, I’ve spent a lot of time focusing on the intricacies of that last step.
RT Censorship war: Website unmasks links Google is blocking from search results RT In a mark of protest against online censorship, a new site 'Hidden From Google' has begun archiving links censored by search engines intent on complying with ECJ...