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twitter may april twitterrodionovreuters

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Twitter is planning to offer a new feature that would allow users to mute certain followers on their account. Twitter has been testing the feature with a limited number of users and it will be rolled out globally over the next few weeks. The new feature, which is still in development, will let you silence followers who you don’t want to hear from anymore. You will still be able to see their tweets, but they won’t appear in your timeline or in your conversation threads with other followers. The company first announced the plan to test the new feature back in January.

Twitter stock falls after employee exodus

After years of growth, Twitter stock falls after employee exodus tweet

After years of explosive growth, Twitter stock tumbled on Wednesday after a series of employee departures. The company said it has lost “about 20 percent” of its workforce in the last year. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey attributed this to changing trends in social media: “Twitter is not for everyone,” he said at an investor conference Wednesday. In January, the company lost its head of global marketing and sales. Today, it announced that Hannah Holzer will be leaving as vice president for product management and engineering. Holzer was responsible for developing products such as Moments and replies. This follows the departure last December of Dick Costolo, who was Twitter’s CEO at the time. Dorsey replaced him in early 2018.

Twitter announces changes to its product policy

Twitter has announced changes to its product policy that could limit the amount of information users can share on the platform. The policy change will prohibit users from sharing links, tweets, and direct messages that are longer than 140 characters. Twitter says this change is in response to feedback from its users about how they use the platform. The company plans to introduce a new 280-character limit for tweets starting in May. This change would apply only to verified accounts, which are those that have been approved by Twitter to display an official blue checkmark next to their name.

Instagram sets up shop in Tokyo

Instagram has set up shop in Tokyo, Japan, as the company looks to tap into the lucrative Japanese market. The photo- and video-sharing app is available for free on Android and iOS devices. Instagram first entered the Japanese market in December 2014, but its presence was limited to the country’s most populous cities. The move into Tokyo signals Instagram’s ambitions to become a global platform.

Tokyo is one of the world’s most populous cities with over 33 million people living there. With over 20 million daily active users, Instagram is already one of Japan’s top social media platforms. With so many people using Instagram, it will be interesting to see how the company monetizes its presence in Japan given that it has not yet released any ads or promoted content specifically for the Japanese market.

Facebook announces new ad policies

Facebook announces new ad policies

For years, Facebook has been one of the most popular social networks for users to share updates and photos with friends. But as its popularity has grown, so too has the number of ads on the site. To keep things manageable for users and advertisers, Facebook has announced a series of changes to its ad policies. The new rules will require companies that want to advertise on Facebook to first get approval from the company’s ad committee. This committee will look at the company’s background and review any complaints or other issues related to their advertising before granting approval. Additionally, Facebook is also increasing the minimum spend for ads to $1,000 per day and is banning ads that are discriminatory or disparaging towards certain groups of people.

Snapchat hits 200 million daily active users

Snapchat has now hit 200 million daily active users, making it one of the most popular social media platforms on the planet. This news comes just a few days after the company announced that it had raised $3 billion in new funding, valuating it at $20 billion. The app’s popularity is no surprise, as it offers a unique and fun experience that is easy to use.

One of the main reasons for Snapchat’s popularity is its addictive nature. Users can easily create and share Stories with their friends, which makes them want to keep using the app even more. Additionally, the platform offers a never-ending stream of content that users can explore and enjoy. As such, users are likely to stay engaged with Snapchat for quite some time to come.


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