Google posted, and tweeted that they have started bringing tweets in the Google desktop search results. Google had initiated incorporating tweets on search results for English users on mobile devices in May this year, but now they will begin to show in all English language searches on desktop.
Twitter recently announced a new feature that will help advertisers in managing their multiple campaigns. The tool, otherwise known as, ads editor, allows users to create and manage their advertising campaigns with spreadsheets, either downloaded from existing Twitter campaigns or generated from scratch and uploaded to Twitter’s ad-serving dashboard.
Deepak Rao, Twitter product manager, explained how the tool functions in a blog post:
Google’s indexing of tweets has gone up by 466% compared to what it was four months ago, yet more than 96% of tweets still remain unindexed, according to a report from Stone Temple Consulting. The jump in the number of indexed tweets can be attributed to the deal between the two digital giants earlier this year. At the time, just 0.6% of tweets were indexed by Google, which shot up to 3.4% in June.
There will now be no trouble managing your Twitter ads! The new feature introduced to the Twitter iOS and Android apps helps oversee your twitter ad any time and anywhere you choose.
The new graph icon on your profile leads to the Twitter Ad’s interface, showing you how the account’s ad campaigns are scoring with a comprehensive look at engagements impressions, expenditure per engagement , overall expenditure and the cost of the engagement.
Twitter has announced that it is beginning to introduce two new features that will make it easier to discover products and places.
So, the next time you happen to see a tweet recommendation regarding a product to buy or a place to visit, it may might be embedded with one of these new product and place pages.
Called as the Twitter Official Partner Program now, Twitter today has announced the rebranding of its how-to-use-Twitter-for-marketing program. The program amalgamates the Twitter Certified Program and the Twitter Marketing Partner Program.
What it essentially means is that the businesses that seek third-party help with their Twitter campaigns and strategy have a new link to bookmark. And also a new search page that provides them necessary assistance in the process of finding a Twitter partner with the specific expertise they seek.
Tweets are now prominently placed in Google’s search results with tweets appearing for trending topics in a new carousel format. Twitter will gain new traffic though it won’t directly earn from the display.
The news has been announced by both Google and Twitter. Google is displaying tweets in a new and more graphical way on mobile devices, and will soon appear on desktop as well. The search engine giant and the social networking site had deal earlier this year to bring more tweets into Google’s search results.
Though details are bit sparse, but the Twitter “firehose” is coming to Google in May. Twitter’s CEO Dick Costolo said during the Twitter’s Q1 earnings call to expect the integration to be launched in May, but that he did not have a specific date to share. He also mentioned that Twitter is talking with Apple to introduce Twitter content into Spotlight search on iOS and OS X devices.
Twitter started displaying more context about trending topics for mobile users of the network earlier this month. This week, the company is moving this initiative to the web, gradually rolling out the feature on their web portal.
Not everyone is seeing the change yet, but those who do are being presented with a description for each of the trending topics in the left-side bar. In some cases, there’s also information about when a topic started trending and number of tweets it has spawned.
Twitter announced today that it’s updating the “quote tweet” button in mobile apps. It is giving web users the option to add commentary to tweets they want to share. Tweets shared in this way will be embedded and displayed as a Twitter-card style image. The change for mobile is rolling out now on iOS and will be “coming soon” to Android. This means that when users hit the quote tweet button they will no longer get a full dump of the tweet’s text in the compose window. They will be able to append up to 116 characters of commentary.