The popular microblogging site Twitter has recently launched a new version of ‘Expanded Tweets’.
Popular microblogging site, Twitter, has received an investment of $300 million from an Arab Prince.
Twitter has already become a fairly popular marketing site for big brands and it is now setting its sites on small and medium sized businesses. In order to attract this segment of the market, they will have to lure the online ad agencies that cater to these businesses.
Twitter has slowly but surely been turning their focus towards creating revenue from the site. According to a report from Reuters, Twitter has now started building a team that would help them to make money from the free service they are providing to their customers.
Over the last year or so, everybody has been wondering about how Twitter manages to survive without monetising the site.
U.K. mobile operator Orange has announced a partnership with Twitter to introduce MMS support on Twitter.
With Twitter growing larger by leaps and bounds everyday, it is getting increasingly difficult for users to decide whom to follow and which tweets they would find interesting and relevant. To help users, Mixx has now stepped in to simplify matters.
For a long time now, there has been speculation that Twitter will start some service that would provide the site with an opportunity to earn some revenue. They now seem ready to do just that.
Facebook has been trying hard to offer the latest and most popular new social features to their users. In an attempt to mimic Twitter’s functionality they bought the social media sharing site FriendFeed last week for a tidy sum of $47.5 million.