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Twitter Says No To Third-party Ads

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by jamess, May 26, 2010.

  1. jamess

    jamess Newbie

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    A few weeks after announcing paid-for "Promoted Tweets," Twitter says it's going to block third-party ads to "preserve the integrity" of timelines.

    Say good-bye to Twitter marketing.
     
  2. littleg2008

    littleg2008 BANNED BANNED

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    this means nothing.

    Still have the use of twitter accounts advertising things in bulk.

    This does not really change the game at all
     
  3. MisterGemini

    MisterGemini Senior Member

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    Curious what prompted the move.

    I bet it was political.
     
  4. BaniB

    BaniB Registered Member

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    I believe it's more of a "Don't sign up to an ad network and make them post ads on your stream"-kind of thing.

    But you're all good if you promote your affiliate blog and so on.
     
  5. frontman

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    what about amazon feeds..?
    I heard they still allow it