Twitter is now 13 years old. On March 21th, 2006, the first messages were launched through Twttr, the microblogging service created by an American software developer, Jack Dorsey, now CEO of the company.
Twitter is willing to toughen, and much, the access that third-party applications have to its platform, which can affect many management tools used by Community Managers and Social Media teams.
A few weeks ago we commented that Twitter was preparing news for the integrated camera within the application and these have begun to arrive today at the terminals of the users.
We tell you what Twtrr is and what it is, the new experimental application of the social network Twitter that some users are already testing today.
In full fever for podcasts, which allow reaching all kinds of audiences who want to be informed but do not have time to read and prefer to listen while doing other tasks, Twitter decides to launch its own program for managers and marketing managers to receive advice and know plus your advertising options.
The brevity of Twitter has managed to turn it into a social network of short answers, which, if they are ingenious, have all the probabilities of becoming viral.
The bots are usually associated with something negative, but not all bots on Twitter are tools to spread spam or to subvert the democratic principles of the West. In fact, there are some very useful ones.
BlackBerry continues its particular crusade against social networks that, it considers, have infringed some of its registered patents.
A few weeks ago we commented that Twitter was going to try important new features in its mobile application that represent a radical change to the way we use the platform we have today: answers with different colors to make it easier to follow the conversations, possibility of showing when a user is online and available to receive messages and when he is offline…
Social networks are another space to develop political campaigns.
The possibility of having a button on Twitter to edit past tweets has sounded a lot these days. But on Twitter they are not entirely clear on how to implement this function.