The company reported $312.2 million in revenue in the second quarter and $562.7 million for the first half of 2014.
A transparency document reveals that the Kremlin requested a ban on @b0ltai, a Twitter account belonging to a group Russian of hackers.
A toilet-paper brand weighing in on the LeBron James news makes for a really crappy social-media moment.
Researchers warn that soft-headed teens are being exposed to pro-pot messaging on Twitter. And it’s high time that people pay more attention.
The ability to measure the reach of video loops signals Vine could become a platform for advertisers.
It’s not enough that Twitter modeled its new layout after Facebook. The company has also taken a major advertising cue from the world’s most popular social network, announcing Monday it will roll out app-install ads, an ad unit that lets users download third-party apps directly from Twitter’s mobile app.
The new feature might allow users to embed tweets from others into their own.
A fictional personality built a huge following for Marvel. Here’s how the man behind the Twitter mask did it.
Everyone knows Spider-Man and Iron Man, but do you know another Marvel Entertainment power player: Agent M?
Agent M is the twitter alias for Ryan Penagos, the executive editorial director of Marvel Entertainment’s Digital Media Group, who has been quietly building a massive personal Twitter following of 1.32 million sharing his insights on tacos, video games, pop culture (and yes quite a bit about comics as well).
Penagos was hired by Marvel in 2006 to kick-start the company’s online content back when social media was an emerging trend.
“In the beginning, we had two blogs and a variety of things that were very informal,” says Penagos. “They hired me to come in and go crazy. It was almost like the Wild West—I could do anything I wanted with some oversight.”
Twitter crashed repeatedly during the 2010 World Cup. Here’s how the company’s engineers are preparing for the 2014 games.
“I’ve been here just shy of five years, and I still have PTSD from the last World Cup at Twitter,” Twitter engineer Raffi Krikorian told Fast Company. “When you come to my floor at Twitter headquarters, we have signs all over the floor with a countdown to the World Cup. Reliability is at the top of our minds, and reliability first is the mantra. Somewhere in the world, there is a sporting event, an election, or an earthquake.”
In its first hour, the CIA’s premiere tweet has been retweeted more than 50,000 times.