Twitter (business)

Twitter’s ‘super Follows’ Is Making Less-than-super Profits

The post Twitter’s ‘Super Follows’ is making less-than-super profits appeared first on MobileSyrup.
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Twitter Pays $800 Million To Settle Lawsuit Alleging Company Provided Misleading User Metrics To...

Twitter Pays $800 Million To Settle Lawsuit Alleging Company Provided Misleading User Metrics To Investors Twitter has reached an $809 million class action lawsuit settlement to resolve claims that the company "provided misleading...
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A Simple Model Of Monetary Policy And Interest Rates

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn This comment caught my eye: I think it’s easier for most people (especially laymen) to understand how central banks affect interest rates than it is to understand the mechanics of the money supply and other...
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The Man Behind 'can You Pet The Dog?' Would Love To Write A Book, But He'd Settle For Just Being...

In "Fallout 4," you can pet the dog. Bethesda Softworks With over half a million Twitter followers, "Can you pet the dog?" is wildly popular. The account provides a specific service: Telling followers whether or not you can pet a...
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Here's Why Twitter Is The Ultimate Cryptocurrency Stock To Buy Now

Twitter (NYSE: TWTR) shares have soared more than 55% and counting in the past year. Of course, the iconic platform is best known as a micro-blogging social network. But it's quickly evolving into something that's potentially even more influential...
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What We Can Learn From Edtech Startups’ Expansion Efforts In Europe

Rhys Spence Contributor Share on Twitter Rhys Spence is head of research at Brighteye Ventures, a European edtech-focused fund, where he works with portfolio companies to help address priorities, with...
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Demand Curve: How To Get Social Proof That Grows Your Startup

Nick Costelloe Contributor Share on Twitter Nick writes actionable growth marketing insights as head of content at Demand Curve. More posts by this contributor Demand Curve: How to...
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Since I Can’t Build A Wall Around Our Talent, Here’s How I’m Reducing Turnover

Delcie Bean Contributor Share on Twitter Delcie Bean is founder and CEO of Paragus IT. As the CEO of a tech company for 15 years, I have seen employees come and go for many reasons. But in the...
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3 Strategies To Make Adopting New Hr Tech Easier For Hiring Managers

Neil Morelli Contributor Share on Twitter Neil Morelli, Ph.D, is the chief industrial-organizational psychologist at Codility, a pre-hire assessment platform for software engineering talent. He has...
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Ransomware: A Market Problem Deserves A Market Solution

Gary M. Shiffman Contributor Share on Twitter Gary M. Shiffman, Ph.D., is the author of "The Economics of Violence: How Behavioral Science Can Transform our View of Crime, Insurgency, and Terrorism"....
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In Growth Marketing, Signal Determines Success

Jonathan Martinez Contributor Share on Twitter Jonathan Martinez is a former YouTuber, UC Berkeley alum and growth marketing nerd who's helped scale Uber, Postmates, Chime and various...
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Google’s Nexus Account Comes Alive To Hype Pixel 6

Today is indeed iPhone 13 day, but this fine day also brought the return of an old friend who had not Tweeted in almost 4 years. Following Apple’s “California Streaming” event, the Google Nexus Twitter account popped up with a...
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What Minority Founders Must Consider Before Entering The Venture-backed Startup Ecosystem

Sesie Bonsi Contributor Share on Twitter Sesie Bonsi is the founder and CEO of Bleu, a financial technology platform focused on enabling touchless payment experiences. Funding for Black...
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What Does It Actually Mean When A Company Says, “we Do Not Sell Your Data”?

You’ve likely run into this claim from tech giants before: “We do not sell your personal data.” Companies from Facebook to Google to Twitter repeat versions of this statement in their privacy policies, public statements, and congressional...
Related topics: Facebook, Social Media, Google, Google (GOOG)

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Is India’s Bnpl 2.0 Set To Disrupt B2b?

Anubhav Jain Contributor Share on Twitter Anubhav Jain is co-founder and CEO of Rupifi, India’s first embedded lending fintech. He has more than a decade of experience in credit risk, analytics,...
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Interpretations Of The Term “social Media” In 1996

Sharing your opinions with people who don’t care. In 2021, this is called “Twitter,” but, in 1996, this was just called “marriage.”
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Have ‘the Privacy Talk’ With Your Business Partners

Marc Ellenbogen Contributor Share on Twitter As general counsel of Foursquare, Marc Ellenbogen is responsible for guidance regarding litigation risks, corporate initiatives, risk management, equity,...
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Why Do The Media Always Pit Labor Against Capital?

Seth Levine Contributor Share on Twitter Seth Levine is a partner and co-founder of the venture capital firm Foundry Group, based in Boulder, CO. Elizabeth...
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Nfts Are Booming, But Buyers Should Beware Of Big And Complex Tax Implications When Trading Digital...

NICOLAS ASFOURI / Contributor/ Getty Images The former general counsel at Centre broke down the tax implications behind buying and selling NFTs in a Thursday Twitter thread. There is no formal guidance regarding the tax classification of NFTs and...
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Twitter Is Beginning To Test Labels For Bot Accounts

An example of what an automated account label looks like on Twitter. | Image: Twitter Twitter is beginning to roll out labels for automated accounts (or bot accounts), the company announced Thursday. “Examples of automated accounts you...
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