“New Twitter” aims to keep users on the site

Yesterday, Twitter announced some changes to the way users will interact with each other on the site, as well as improved multimedia functions that will allow you to watch videos and view photos right on Twitter.com. The Twitter timeline will remain the same, however, underneath each tweet, users will see more context and embedded media. When you click on an individual tweet, a details pane slides out to the right to reveal content. Other new features include:

By | September 15th, 2010|corey perlman, eboot camp, internet marketing, social media|0 Comments

Changes to Twitter in best interest of users

Fewer and fewer people are using the Web interface at Twitter.com to send tweets or read those of their followers. Most people use one of the 250,000 applications built using the Twitter API like Tweetdeck and Seesmic, or mobile-based apps like Twitter for iPhone or Foursquare. Twitter recently announced a couple of changes, one being [...]

By | September 7th, 2010|eboot camp, internet marketing, social media|0 Comments



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