Social media platform Twitter is building on their monetisation efforts by adding a new tool that lets brands post special deals to their Twitter feed.
Twitter’s vision for the future has caught the interest of some, but others say more needs to be done.
In case you haven’t heard, Apple’s latest model iPhone has a funny habit of not wanting to stay rigid, and plenty of companies, tech and otherwise, don’t want anyone to forget it.
After leaking the concept back in June, Twitter’s Buy buttons are now live and operational for a select group of US users.
Analysing all social and transactional data it generated in 2013, Eventbrite has released its preliminary reporting on which channels generate the most revenue and sharing.
Soon social media users may be able to purchase goods from the comfort of their own Twitter feeds, according to rumours emerging yesterday.
Ever wanted to purchase something you’ve seen on Twitter? Amazon’s betting you have and is trialling a method that allows users to have products added to their shopping cart by tweeting a hashtag.
Leaked documents from Fancy.com have the internet buzzing with the prospect of Twitter introducing e-commerce features to its site.
Click Frenzy Mother’s Day has been live for well over 12 hours. Here’s our update on crashes, piggybackers and Twitter commentary.