1. Articles in category: Twitter

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    1. Will Twitter's New Board Members Help Solve Its Diversity Problem?

      Will Twitter's New Board Members Help Solve Its Diversity Problem?

      Twitter announced two new board members. Many saw this as a chance to prove that it was ready to tackle the problems Miley and others enumerated. Ultimately, the company went with Martha Lane Fox—a U.K.-based travel website cofounder and digital advocate—and PepsiCo executive Hugh Johnston to its board. The Twitter board now consists of two women, eight men, and one person of color. Two of those eight men will be leaving the board following the 2016 annual meeting.

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      Mentions: Google Apple Inc. AOL
    2. 10 Unusual Twitter Marketing Tips From Donald J. Trump

      10 Unusual Twitter Marketing Tips From Donald J. Trump

      Do you want to make your Twitter marketing efforts unbelievably powerful and successful? No doubt you've read dozens of articles covering tips are tactics for success. But the rise of Donald J. Trump is rewriting a few of the established Twitter marketing rules for brands and individuals. In this article you'll discover 10 amazing, but unusual, tips to start winning on Twitter. 1.

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    3. How Twitter Has Changed: A Retrospective With Early Adopters

      How Twitter Has Changed: A Retrospective With Early Adopters

      We've had Twitter for a decade. Crazy, right? As the social network celebrates its 10th birthday today, it's easy to forget that it hasn't always just been there, waiting for us every morning and during every major, televised event. Today, Twitter is a relentless firehose of news headlines, jokes, GIFs, hot takes, snark, and whatever Kayne West happens to be thinking. At its best, it's helped fuel revolutions and allowed the world to experience major sporting events together.

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    4. How Twitter Has Changed: A Retrospective With Early Adopters

      How Twitter Has Changed: A Retrospective With Early Adopters

      We've had Twitter for a decade. Crazy, right? As the social network celebrates its 10th birthday today, it's easy to forget that it hasn't always just been there, waiting for us every morning and during every major, televised event. Today, Twitter is a relentless firehose of news headlines, jokes, GIFs, hot takes, snark, and whatever Kayne West happens to be thinking. At its best, it's helped fuel revolutions and allowed the world to experience major sporting events together.

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    5. It's Not Just Kanye: Musicians Are Using Twitter Polls To Query Fans

      It's Not Just Kanye: Musicians Are Using Twitter Polls To Query Fans

      When Twitter launched its new polling feature last year, the company probably wasn't expecting this: A tweet from Kanye West asking if a certain mocked-up image should be on the cover of Rolling Stone. Despite West's obvious lack of editorial authority over such things, the poll garnered over 109,000 votes. Just a few days earlier, his wife Kim Kardashian practically set Twitter on fire with a poll asking whether Kanye's next album should be titled "SWISH", "WAVES" or "SO HELP ME GOD.

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    6. The Number Of Twitter Users Did Not Grow At All In The Final Quarter Of 2015 | Fast Company

      The Number Of Twitter Users Did Not Grow At All In The Final Quarter Of 2015 | Fast Company

      Twitter revealed startling data on Wednesday: for the fourth quarter of 2015, the social network's total number of monthly active users remained completely flat, at 320 million. Excluding SMS Fast Followers, who access Twitter solely via text message, the total number of monthly active users actually declined, from 307 million to 305 million. In the United States, the number of active users fell from 66 million to 65 million.

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      Mentions: Jack Dorsey
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