See on Scoop.it – Agile Media Twitter’s new advertising API is just part of an ongoing seismic shift in the way advertising works online, where algorithms and self-serve networks are taking over from traditional ad buying and further destabilizing the media industry. See on paidcontent.org
Matthew Ingram posits why traditional media should be afraid of Twitter. The introduction of hashtag pages could prove to be quite useful, in the least. And at best, hashtag pages could carve out huge portions of topical audiences. Twitter has been breaking news quicker than the rest of the internet for awhile now. Today, when I [...]
Given the fleeting nature of Twitter posts and other social media, it only makes sense that nonprofit orgs would archive/present the highlights with a tool like Storify.
Storify has gathered momentum as a great way to put together topical articles in aggregate from social media. And now the service takes another leap forward by bringing out an iPad app. The mobility of the tablet, along with the fact tablets are heavily used at conferences and meetings, lends well to the type of content you [...]