That’s why, as of two years ago, nearly a billion people had signed up for Twitter, most of whom never stuck around.(The numbers of deserters is probably much higher today.) The easiest way to fix this problem is to fix Twitter’s feed, which does a great job funneling in a constant stream of live updates and a horrible job helping your tweets get seen.Fox paid 0 million (£310 million) for multiyear World Cup rights, according to The New York Times.Offering clips to social media companies could provide Fox with a lucrative new revenue stream, while social media companies hosting World Cup clips would stand to gain from increased levels of engagement from users and advertisers.These bright, lime-green unis left many on Twitter wondering if they were watching the Seahawks take on the Rams or a “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” [email protected] MWeber Since @Jared Lorenzen22 already has the Seahawks color rush jersey he automatically is eligible for tonight right?We’ve seen a lot of questionable design decisions this year during Thursday night NFL games.
Facebook, Twitter, and Snap are all trying to get rights from Fox that would allow them to play highlights from Russia World Cup football (soccer) games aired in the US, according to two anonymous sources.
Despite an anonymous, public atmosphere that’s intended to encourage conversation, Twitter’s product is actually hindering people from doing what social networks are supposed to do best: Connect people.
The simplest reason Facebook has built a massive gap between the two companies over the past three years is that you don’t feel alone on Facebook.
Wednesday was Twitter’s Q4 earnings and it was yet another quarter where a Twitter CEO, this time Jack Dorsey, said the company had a growth problem, and that it can be fixed with product improvements.
Dorsey wants Twitter to be the go-to place for interactions around live events.
I’d wager a user who gets lots of “Likes” and replies on their tweets opens the app significantly more often than someone who simply follows a bunch of media organizations.