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    1. What To Watch For During Twitter's Q4 Earnings Report Tomorrow | Fast Company

      What To Watch For During Twitter's Q4 Earnings Report Tomorrow | Fast Company

      Twitter is set to report its fourth-quarter earnings on Wednesday, and guidance from the company's executives can't come soon enough. The social network's stock has plummeted in recent weeks amid stagnant user growth, controversial product changes, high-level staff departures, and concerns over how the company is addressing harassment and terrorist propaganda.

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      Mentions: Jack Dorsey
    2. Here's How Twitter Is Trying To Make The Most Of The Super Bowl

      Here's How Twitter Is Trying To Make The Most Of The Super Bowl

      Although Twitter's users are reportedly tweeting less than they used to, the Super Bowl remains prime time for the platform. Last year, Twitter saw 29 million tweets during the Super Bowl, about 21% more than the year before. "We’re going to have more marketers activating on Twitter this Super Bowl than we ever had before," says Alex Josephson, a director on the social network’s brand strategy team. "We’re like the world’s biggest couch for the Super Bowl.

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      Mentions: Pepsi
    3. #WomenNotObjects Video

      #WomenNotObjects Video

      I found this last week in my Twitter feed, embedded in an Ad Age article about the advertising conversation around this viral video. You probably already saw it. I could say that this is important to me because I have four daughters, but no, it’s not just that. It’s because it’s right. It’s because I’m human. And the tactics that this video objects to are bad for all humans.

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    4. 5 Ways Twitter Has Changed Since Jack Dorsey Returned As CEO

      5 Ways Twitter Has Changed Since Jack Dorsey Returned As CEO

      It's been only seven months since Twitter cofounder Jack Dorsey returned to the company as interim CEO—and three months since that role was made permanent—but we've already seen major changes taking shape at the social network. And we're not just talking about Dorsey's epic beard. As Twitter molds its product (and overall strategy) in an effort to jump-start its stagnant growth, we'll undoubtedly see even more shifts throughout 2016.

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    5. Why Twitter Changed Its Starred 'Favorite' to a Heart-Shaped 'Like'

      Why Twitter Changed Its Starred 'Favorite' to a Heart-Shaped 'Like'

      As it continues its quest to become a more widely-used product, Twitter is trading its iconic “favorite” star button used to “like” tweets for a heart-shaped one. Though the company has had the yellow star for as long as most of us can remember, Twitter is moving to the new button to make it more natural and easy for users -- especially new users -- to understand, the company said in a blog post on Tuesday. “You might like a lot of things, but not everything can be your favorite,” the post says.

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