Twitter Users Embracing The Longer Tweets In An Unexpected Way

The new changes by Twitter are apparently being received pretty well by the various users of the platform. It is now beyond any cloud of doubt that quite a significant number of the users prefer the longer tweets as opposed to the shorter ones. This information was unveiled by a research that was conducted recently…

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Twitter Bots Take Center Stage In Aiding Russian #NoRussiaNoGames Backlash Against Olympic Ban

Russia’s exclusion from the Olympics has aroused backlash and social media protests that have even been aided by Twitter bots through a hashtag pushing for the country’s inclusion into the Winter Olympics. Twitter’s bots have played a significant part in popularizing the campaign through the hashtag, #NoRussiaNoGames. Many Russians have expressed their displeasure and disappointment…

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Twitter Sets Out To Broaden Its AMP Support To Cover Analytics

Twitter despite facing numerous challenges, one of them being the accusations leveled against it over the Russian interference in the U.S election continues to embrace development. The recent move by Twitter is the broadening of its AMP support to cover analytics as well. In its statement, the company disclosed that the new AMP analytics feature…

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India Is Currently Twitter’s Fastest Growing Market Globally

Twitter has revealed that India is shaping up to be quite a significant market and that it is currently the fastest growing market for the company’s social platform. Twitter’s Country Director for India, Taranjeet Singh revealed that Twitter is continually working on paying more attention to its Indian market especially because the country is currently…

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Twitter’s Pivotal Role In Shaping The Political Landscape In Oman

Twitter has reportedly been at the center of facilitating communications between administrators and citizens in Oman’s monarchy. The Dubai School of Government carried out a study between 2010 and 2011 whose results revealed that revolutionary conversations often happen on online platforms ahead of most mass protests that have taken place in the past. The research…

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