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Opening Of Twiitter Ads To Public - How It Wil Impact IM?

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by thewanderingpen, Apr 30, 2013.

  1. thewanderingpen

    thewanderingpen Junior Member

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    Hi Guys,

    I won't pretend to be on the cutting edge of IM (more of IT & B2B sales guy). But I just stumbled upon this news item:

    hxxp://www.cnbc.com/id/100689914

    Twitter Ads (used to be invite-only) is now publicly open. I'm sure the experts here will come up with a method or two to squeeze every dime possible from this move by Twitter. :) Is there anybody here who have been invited to Twitter Ads? If so, how good is the traffic you generate from them?

    I'm a newbie like many others, and hearing expert opinion on this would really help. :)
     
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    TheArticleMan Power Member

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    Personally I don't see the benefit as of yet for IM'ers who don't have a business.

    But there must be a way to capitalize. You just need to find it.
     
  3. thewanderingpen

    thewanderingpen Junior Member

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    @NormalKid - I like your username bro. :D

    Anyway, I'm not entirely sure if Twitter was managing all the advertising back then. If so, the fact that Starcom Media Vest is partnering with them for this move might make a difference. After all, Starcom is one hell of a publicist (clients include Proctor and Gamble, Wal-Mart, Coca Cola, etc.), and their input as far as ads go (placement of ads, design to make it not look like spam, etc.) should make a difference.

    I could be wrong though. :)
     
  4. thewanderingpen

    thewanderingpen Junior Member

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    I was about to ask where NormalKid found that pricing...but apparently, he's banned. :( Very expensive though.