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Periscope Now Lets You Replay Streams on the Web

Periscope Now Lets You Replay Streams on the Web

The Twitter-owned livestreaming app Periscope is quickly becoming a new favorite among businesses, brands, and regular old users alike. The app allows people to broadcast video in real time – with an emphasis on real time. Periscope streams don’t stick around forever – they disappear after 24 hours. Up until now, users could only replay Periscope streams via their iOS …

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This Is How Your Business Should Be Using Twitter’s Periscope

This Is How Your Business Should Be Using Twitter’s Periscope

Twitter is giving businesses tips and “inspiring examples” of how they can use its recently launched Periscope livestreaming app after watching how some brands have used it in its early days. Have you found a reason to use Periscope (or livestreaming in general) for your business so far? Do you intend to experiment with it in the future? Let us …

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It Looks Like Jack Dorsey Has a Big Decision to Make

It Looks Like Jack Dorsey Has a Big Decision to Make

Last week, Twitter announced that CEO Dick Costolo would be stepping down, surprising no one. Costolo’s last day is June 30, and on July 1 co-founder Jack Dorsey will take the reigns – on an interim basis. But is it really just interim? Does Jack Dorsey want to be the CEO of Twitter? Will Twitter drop the interim title pretty …

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Twitter Promises to Work on Its Diversity Problem

Twitter Promises to Work on Its Diversity Problem

Twitter has made a promise, albeit a bit vague, to make sure its workforce is more diverse. The company has partnered with the UN’s HeForShe initiative, a “solidarity movement for gender equality that brings together one half of humanity in support of the other half of humanity, for the benefit of all.” “Twitter will use its full reach to advance …

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Twitter May Have Just Changed How You’ll Sell Products With Social Media

Twitter May Have Just Changed How You’ll Sell Products With Social Media

Twitter just unveiled new features that could change the way businesses use social media to sell products online. For now, Twitter is just considering them experiments, and is only making them available to a limited number of partners, but they show a great deal of potential. Essentially, it’s like putting your online store on Twitter, where it can be shared, …

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Magic Johnson To Join Square’s Board of Directors

Magic Johnson To Join Square’s Board of Directors

It’s been an interesting week for Square. Not long after it announced its new reader, which will feature Apple Pay, news came out that CEO Jack Dorsey is to take over the helm (on a supposedly interim basis) at Twitter, which he co-founded, as CEO Dick Costolo steps down. There has been speculation that Dorsey will take on the Twitter …

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Twitter Announces Autoplay Video, Defines What Constitutes a ‘Play’

Twitter Announces Autoplay Video, Defines What Constitutes a ‘Play’

Twitter is taking the plunge already taken by fellow social networks Facebook and Instagram. Starting today, autoplay videos are coming to Twitter. This has been a long time coming for Twitter, which has been debating the merits of autoplay for a while now. Of course, offering autoplay video is a great selling point for potential advertisers – but many users …

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Reports Suggest Dorsey Likely To Remain Twitter CEO

Last week, Twitter announced that CEO Dick Costolo is stepping down on July 1. The official word is that co-founder and original CEO Jack Dorsey, who is also the CEO of Square, will return to the role in the interim while Twitter’s board conducts a search for a permanent replacement. Based on responses Dorsey gave to questions about the subject, …

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Is Dorsey’s Role As Twitter CEO Really Just Interim?

On Thursday, Twitter announced that CEO Disk Costolo is stepping down on July 1, and that co-founder Jack Dorsey will step in as interim CEO as the board of directors conducts a search for a permanent replacement. The way in which Dorsey answered questions following the announcement, however, leaves some room for speculation about just how interim his position will …

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Dick Costolo Is Stepping Down As Twitter CEO

Well, I suppose it was only a matter of time. People have been calling for his ouster for quite a while, but the other top brass at Twitter has always had his back. Either way, Twitter just announced that Dick Costolo will step down as CEO on July 1. Costolo will remain on the company’s board of directors, and co-founder …

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Twitter Is Dropping the 140-Character Limit On DMs!

Twitter Is Dropping the 140-Character Limit On DMs!

I don’t often use exclamation points in the titles of articles (even when they’re about Yahoo), but this one felt warranted. Is there anything more annoying about Twitter’s usability than that blasted 140-character limit on DMs? Well, maybe the inability to delete a tweet that includes a typo, but other than that, I think the DM limit takes the cake. …

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Twitter Launches Installed App Category Targeting

Twitter announced a new targeting options for advertisers on Wednesday: installed app category targeting. This enables advertisers with apps to reach users based on the categories of apps they have installed on their device, or in which Twitter thinks they’ll have interest. Advertisers can use the option to find new audiences that will likely have interest in the category their …

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