The shine could be wearing off.
It's rolling out new features to lure developers away from Facebook.
With the launch of Twitter’s advertising API and mounting suspicions of an IPO as soon as August, it’s a good time to look at how the social site grew to this point.
Twitter just launched its highly anticipated advertising API, which gives advertisers the opportunity to create more sophisticated campaigns on the social network like they have on Facebook.Twitter launched the promoted tweet in April of 2010 — and Facebook released its API in 2009.
Good morning, AdLand. Here’s what you need to know today:
[credit provider=””>Wikimedia Commons”] An oddly geeky announcement by Twitter caught our eye: Developer advocate Arne Roomann-Kurrik told programmers who build apps on top of the service that the company is moving from 32-bit to 64-bit user IDs. Hidden in the announcement’s Web address was a jokey label: Roomann-Kurrik called it the […]
Twitter Tuesday announced new search capabilities that give it the upper hand as a breaking news destination over basically every other news organisation on the planet, from newspapers to cable networks to websites and everything in between.
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/2650512872/”] Since its earliest days, Twitter has depended on the kindness of strangers. Companies like Yahoo and LinkedIn lent a hand when it was just a fledgling startup, with little to its name but its unrealized potential.But now that it’s grown up into a position of strength, […]
Everyone in Silicon Valley is talking about Twitter’s new rules for developers. Here’s the thing: Pretty much everyone in tech or media is a Twitter developer these days.