Twitter Unveils An Ad Subscription Service

Twitter is introducing an ad subscription program which will allow users to promote tweets and accounts at a monthly fee of $99. The difference between the program and regular ads is the fact that it is a wholesale offer. Subscribers will be provided with a regular report indicating how their promotion is performing. “You just…

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Twitter Rattles Investors With Daily Active Users Standoff

Investor’s sentiments on Twitter are turning sour by the day, amidst growing concerns that the microblogging app is not growing as fast as it ought to, especially on daily active users. The stock had been on an impressive run after registering 9 million monthly active users growth in the first quarter. It now appears the…

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After Election Bump Twitter’s Growth Slows

Shares of Twitter fell by 14% after the microblogging firm revealed an insignificant rise in the number of users. Compared to a year ago there was only a 5% increase. When the growth of users from the last quarter is compared to its most recent quarter, it remained static at 328 million. In the first…

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Facebook and Amazon Destined For Growth As Twitter Crumbles

Facebook and Amazon growth trajectory should continue, after joining the exclusive club of the world’s richest companies in the world. The two companies’ market value has exceeded $500 billion as Canaccord analyst, Michael Graham, remains bullish about their long term prospects. However, the analyst has warned that Twitter faces an uncertain future amidst spiraling competition….

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Twitter Criticized By Congress For Blocking Net Neutrality Critics

Social media giant Twitter has received stern criticism from two members of Congress for blocking users from posting content posted by net neutrality critics. The company had temporarily blocked users from posting tweets that were connected to a recent publication that called out the net neutrality rules imposed by the government. The social media firm…

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