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Facebook To Roll Out Email- and Phone Number-Based Ad Targeting Next Week
Twitter announces tool to embed interactive timelines of tweets into any site
Facebook Timeline Has Made Brands More Social
New Twitter API Drops Support for RSS, Puts Limits on Third-Party Clients
Advertisers will soon have another way to target customers on Facebook. A business will be able to enter contact information from their own customer list and have their ads target Facebook users who have the same email address or phone number as those on their customer list. Ads may be sent to the whole group or to those with a certain demographic.
Twitter is now offering its users the ability to embed a streaming timeline of tweets on their webpage so visitors can interact with them. There are customizable options available to make the most out of this new tool. This article explains the benefits of this new feature and how it compares to similar services that some people have already been using.
Many people were resistant to the timeline display on their Facebook page because they had become so comfortable with the old version. The good thing about timeline is that it has encouraged businesses to adapt and use this site in a new way to really focus on keeping their fans engaged. Many Facebook pages are now more interesting and inviting, with more social interaction happening.
Twitter has been implementing many changes recently so that users on different platforms and devices can have a similar experience. With version 1.1 of its API now released, Twitter will no longer be supporting RSS, XML, or Atom, which many people have relied on for their data feeds. Find out how this and other changes may impact you.