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Twitter Makes It Easier to Block a Bunch of Users at the Same Time

Twitter has just made another move in its uphill battle to curb abuse on the site. The social network is now making it easier to block a whole swath of users in a single blow. Blocking users is one of the main ways people deal with abuse and harassment on Twitter – and though it’s not always effective (users create …

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Vine Gets Search Improvements

Twitter seems to be much more interested in giving its users a better search experience these days. It recently launched a revamped search experience for Twitter.com. Now its Vine mobile apps are getting a search upgrade. The company announced today that you’ll now be able to go to the explore tab, enter a word, phrase, or account, and get actual …

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Twitter Changes How Tweet Pages Display Conversations

About two years ago, Twitter made some changes to how conversations are displayed in the timeline. To refresh your memory: Now, they’re making some changes to how conversations are displayed on the actual tweet page. “Conversations surrounding a Tweet, particularly if they’ve sparked lots of replies and disparate conversations, can be hard to follow,” says product manager Akarshan Kumar. “So, …

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How To Use Twitter’s New Partner Marketplace To Find Help For Your Business

Twitter announced the launch of its new Official Partner Program, which it says will help businesses achieve better results “on Twitter and beyond”. What products do you currently use to get more out of Twitter? Let us know in the comments. Twitter already had its Twitter Certified Program, which it launched back in 2012. The goal of that was to …

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Kylie Jenner Says the Joke is On You All

Kylie Jenner has been laughed at and chided for some of the things she says and posts on social media. Recently the KUWTK star caused waves in the media when she posted a picture that followed the conspiracy theory that airplane condensation trails (contrails) are actually “chemtrails” sprayed by some corporate entity to kill bees. The picture showed a blue …

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Twitter Gives Businesses Audience Insights

Twitter just announced the launch of a new tool to help advertisers better understand key audiences for their ads on Twitter. It’s called Audience Insights, and lets you discover information about your followers and people who have engaged with your tweets organically. The offering also enables advertisers to identify new and relevant audiences to target for future campaigns. There’s a …

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A Lot More People Get Periscope Access As App Hits Android

Twitter’s Periscope app is now available to Android users who have so far had to stand idly by while iOS device owners had the luxury of talking about and using one of the most talked about apps of the year to date. As you’ll recall, Periscope and rival Meerkat both gained a lot of attention back during SXSW, and there …

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What Does Google’s New Tweet Section Mean For You?

Google and Twitter have been teasing us with a new integration of tweets into Google search results for months, but this week they finally made the official announcement. Real-time tweets are now showing in Google search results on mobile devices with desktop integration to come soon. What do you think of the new feature? Do you see any opportunities to …

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Twitter Releases New Ads Globally

Last summer, Twitter unveiled its objective-based campaigns, reports, and pricing, which it described as a new way to optimize ad campaign performance. They enable advertisers to only pay for actions that are “aligned with” their marketing objectives. Until now, these have been in beta, but the company announced on Wednesday that they’re now available globally to all advertisers. The workflow …

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People Are Actually Dumb Enough to @Mention Obama When Threatening to Kill Him on Twitter

As you may know, President Obama opened up a Twitter account earlier this week. What? You’ve been following Obama on Twitter for years? Well, not really. You’ve been following his campaign non-profit and possibly the White House. More on that here. So, now that the President has an official account that’s really, actually, seriously him tweeting, this is happening: @POTUS …

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Google Puts Real-Time Tweets in Mobile Search Results

Earlier this year, Google and Twitter made nice and struck a deal to bring more tweets to Google search results. Today, the fruits of said deal are going live on mobile. Of course, it’s not as if you couldn’t surface tweets in Google search results if you tried – but this new deal gives real-time tweets more prominence in mobile …

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Twitter Rolls Out New Search Interface

Twitter’s new search experience, which we first told you it was testing in April, is now rolling out to all users on the web. The new search not only looks different (with that big bold bar at the top of results), but it also provides a few new filtering options. What used to be called “ALL” tweets is now called …

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