Articles Tagged ‘Twitter’


Mobile Minutes: Twitter acquires Niche; Android Wear sales lag; Tumblr to overtake Instagram; Mobile-powering backpack

February 13, 2015

Today in mobile marketing – Twitter acquires Niche; Android Wear gadgets not a big hit, with only 720,000 shipments in 2014; Yahoo’s Marissa Mayer claims Tumblr is now fastest-growing social network over Instagram; Backpacks that pack power for mobile devices.

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Mobile Minutes: Facebook’s mobile Internet in India; Twitter’s government requests; New iOS 9 plans; Mobile video boom

February 11, 2015

Today in mobile marketing – Facebook launches free mobile Internet service in India; Twitter’s government requests jump for user data, tweet removals; IOS 9 reportedly to focus on stability more than new features; Mobile video’s boom will impact broadcasters and cable.

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Mobile Minutes: Galaxy S6 angers Apple; Twitter blames Apple mobile bug; Microsoft acquires Sunrise; App for eSports

February 9, 2015

Today in mobile marketing – New Samsung Galaxy S6 design will anger Apple; Twitter says Apple mobile software bug caused it to lose millions of users; Microsoft is acquiring popular calendar app Sunrise for $100 million; TheScore sports app to start covering eSports, report.

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Mobile Minutes: Promoted Tweets expand; Galaxy S6 may shrink; China Mobile’s 5G technology; Tablet sales decline

February 5, 2015

Today in mobile marketing – Twitter expands Promoted Tweet advertising beyond its site; Samsung may shrink Galaxy S6 screen size to 5 inches; China Mobile develops 5G technology; Tablet numbers are bad for Apple but worse for Samsung.

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Mobile Minutes: Facebook denies hack; Twitter predicts heart disease; Lyft app rebranding; Message apps still trending

January 28, 2015

Today in mobile marketing – Facebook denies ‘lizard squad’ hacking claim; Twitter can help to predict heart disease; Lyft is completely overhauling its look, starting with its fuzzy pink mustaches; Why apps for messaging are trending.

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Mobile Minutes: Facebook adds $200 billion to economy; Turkey’s Twitter ban; “Tinder for fashion” app; Charlie Hebdo app

January 21, 2015

Today in mobile marketing – Facebook report says it adds more than $200 billion to global economy; Turkey threatens to ban Twitter (again); ‘Tinder for fashion’ app Grabble targets 1m users as ecommerce moves to mobile; Charlie Hebdo launches app version of latest issue.

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Twitter advises marketers to anticipate spontaneous moments on social media

January 16, 2015

NEW YORK – A Twitter executive at Mobile Marketer’s FirstLook: Strategy 2015 conference said that brands should be equipped to anticipate spontaneous moments on social media related to live events so that they can capitalize on them and create a buzzworthy yet authentic connection with consumers.

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Twitter exec: Commerce play focuses on movie, concert tickets

January 15, 2015

NEW YORK – A Twitter executive at Mobile Marketer’s Mobile FirstLook: Strategy 2015 conference said the social site’s move toward mobile commerce sales initially will embrace movie and concert tickets because they are simplest to process.

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Mobile FirstLook 2015 New York Jan. 14-15: Coca-Cola, GE, Time, Forrester, American Eagle, Twitter, NYT, Deloitte, eBay’s StubHub

January 15, 2015

Registration is open for the fourth annual Mobile FirstLook: Strategy 2015 conference Jan. 14-15 featuring speakers from Coca-Cola, GE, Time Inc., Forrester Research, American Eagle Outfitters, eBay’s StubHub, Twitter, Yahoo’s Tumblr, Deloitte and The New York Times. This two-day New York event is a must-attend for brands, retailers, ad agencies and publishers looking to develop and implement mobile-surround strategies and tactics in 2015, a year where mobile integration into other channels and mediums will question orthodoxies in marketing and retail.

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Mobile Minutes: IPhone 6s’s dual-lens camera; Twitter may buy ZipDial; $90 Tizens in India; Pet wearables

January 15, 2015

Today in mobile marketing – IPhone 6s report promises new dual-lens camera with optical zoom; Twitter in talks to buy Indian mobile tech startup ZipDial; Samsung starts sales of $90 Tizen smartphone in India; Wearable technology going to the cats and dogs.

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