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The social media company got off to a bang with shares as high as $74 in December. The stock has recently slumped to $37.24.
The reason for the stock slump is two-fold. On one hand, Twitter’s growth has been slowing. On the other hand, banks are offering investors conflicting advice where investments are concerned. Should you invest?
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Twitter takes this underage drinking thing seriously, it seems. The social network is now asking any user that follows certain brewing companies to verify age requirements prior to following that person. If those age restrictions are not met in 24 hours, no following will happen.
New companies trying to figure out where to spend ad dollars are often left guessing. It’s clear that social networks attract a lot of people, so placing ads on those networks is probably a good idea. But what network is the most lucrative? Is Twitter or Facebook a better place to spend precious ad dollars?
Twitter filed for an IPO this past week. In order to do so, the social media company had to report past earnings and losses. While some of the numbers that Twitter reported were a testament to the company’s amazing growth over the years, Twitter also reported some rather big losses.
Twitter will soon send out push notifications to certain Twitter users through its popular MagicRecs account. In case you’re not familiar with MagicRecs, this Twitter account is actually an “experiment” that’s testing out the concept of sending personalized push notifications toTwitter followers – here are some more details.