Check out Gerald’s quiz and find out your Twitter type. Thanks for this little distraction.
During our bus-ride to the World Blogging Forum I asked Seesmic-founder Loic Le Meur a couple of questions about his companies and about the future of Twitter. Enjoy the latest datadirt video-podcast!
Twitter is promising advertising we will love – until the team fires up their own commercial engines, I’m loving ad.ly – they recently launched their referral program. Join the ride now: even if you’re not in it for the money, there’s other good reasons for signing up.
Twitter änderte heute die Nutzungsbedingungen des Dienstes – und behält sich zukünftig vor, auf alle erdenklichen Arten Werbung zu schalten.
Much ado about facebook, plenty of twitter clients reviewed: it’s been a busy week in social media land – again!
Welcome to the weekly blog round-up – a lot has happened during the last seven days. Everybody was talking about Google Wave, and Loic Le Meur announced that Seesmic will soon release a browser-based version of their client.
Twitter is becoming more of a walled garden as today’s updates cuts users of form replies their friends send to tweepers they don’t follow. Hard to understand? Yes, it is – but stoopid nonetheless.
This list of auto-follow accounts helps you build your twitter-followership a lot faster. Feel free to add your own account via commenting – but be sure to set it to auto-follow first!
What do birds, cows and fish think about micro-blogging? A collabo team lead by ripfilms round the ultimate answer an put it onto youtube.
If you have ever wondered if it’s okay to use twitter for marketing purposes then this grafic is for you. Thanks cycus!
Magpie is a highly controversial matter: while some twitterers are happy about a (future) revenue stream, a lot of users fill be-evilled by paid viral tweets.
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