Twitter Eyes $1 Billion In Ad Revenue By 2014. More Twitter tips at

Linkedin Ad Revenues Worldwide, 2011-2014, as of Jan 2012

Twitter Mobile ads generate the majority of their revenue. More Twitter tips at

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New Audience Platform Ad Types When the Audience Platform launched in 2014 the ad options for marketers were either app installs or re-engagement ads that were only available for select advertisers. While great for app advertisers and a specific set of advertisers, they lacked the mainstream marketing appeal for traditional businesses. Today that changes. Twitter has rolled out the addition of Promoted Video and Tweet engagement ads across the Audience Platform on a global scale for all....

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Twitter’s latest push to monetize its service has led to the rollout of a new “Twitter Ads” button, which is now prominently appearing on user profile pages on both the iOS and Android client applications. The newly added button, which some users may have initially mistaken as a shortcut to Twitter analytics, is found right next to the “Edit profile” button, the account switcher and the Settings icon. By clicking on the Ads button, users are offered the ability to manage their Twitter ad cam...

Twitter Mobile Ads Can Now Be Targeted By Platform

Twitter Quality Score for Ads: What Marketers Need to Know via @smexaminer

#Twitter Users More Loyal to Brands Than #Facebook Users

Strata reports on where advertising agencies plan on spending their money within the social media space. The breakdown probably comes as no surprise, with 89% of agencies saying they are planning on spending ad dollars with Facebook, while only 39% plan on using Twitter, and 18% plan on using Google+. YouTube beat out Google+ with 36% saying they plan on spending ad dollars there and 21% said they would use LinkedIn.

INFOGRAPHIC: Facebook Users Have Itchy Like/Dislike Trigger Fingers

How big is Twitter? 2012

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