Why Twitter stock is surging Tuesday

The social network’s first-quarter results are out — and they’re spectacular. What happened? Shares of social network Twitter jumped on Tuesday, rising nearly eighteenth around noon EDT. The stock’s gain followed Twitter’s first-quarter financial results, including better-than-expected financial results and robust growth in monetizable daily active users. So what? Twitter reported non-GAAP earnings per share of $0.37 on revenue of $787 million. These… Read more »

Twitter still has a growth problem

If you read enough of the news, you would possibly assume that Twitter (and its CEO) is laying dead within the water for all to see. But, in its most recent financial statements, the corporate is proudly declaring that it isn’t dead yet, and may not be for some time. Within the last 3 months,… Read more »

Twitter shares surge 17th as users rise

Shares in Twitter have surged over 17th when the firm reported rising numbers of users and higher revenues, days after its chief executive promised to improve how it tackles online abuse. The company’s revenue rose to $787m (£605m) in the first quarter, up eighteenth from a year earlier. The number of daily active users rose eleventh to… Read more »

Twitter is surging and the rally shows no signs of slowing, chart analyst says

The stock rose more than tenth in early trading Tuesday after beating earnings and topping sales estimates for its first quarter. That move conjointly pushed Twitter out of bear market territory, currently less than twentieth off its 52-week high. Matt Maley, equity strategist at Miller Tabak, aforementioned that Twitter still seems like the social stock… Read more »

Trump calls for ‘more and fairer’ social-media corporations

President Donald Trump on Tuesday took his latest swipe at Twitter for what he says is unfair treatment, as he vowed to “reciprocate” against the European Union within the wake of Harley-Davidson’s report of a profit drop in the first quarter. ‘MORE AND FAIRER’ SOCIAL-MEDIA COMPANIES Trump used Twitter, on which he has nearly sixty… Read more »

Instagram isn’t going chronological, and is currently telling us why

The company has in public declared that it’s not going chronological, and now, is giving us better sense of its rationale. in a recent press briefing, the product lead for Instagram’s feed, Julian Gutman, told journalists that the photo sharing app is “not thinking about [chronological ordering] at this time.” the explanation, a spokesperson said,… Read more »

TikTok Watch: High-schoolers are trolling teachers by using their first names

This new series reveals the latest TikTok trends, so you don’t have to. Let’s face it, if you signed up, it’d simply make you feel very old. When I was in school, a long time ago, teachers were called ‘sir’ or ‘miss.’ Never, under any circumstances, were we permitted to address them by their initial… Read more »

Facebook will soon depend on Instagram for the majority of its ad revenue growth

When Instagram founders Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger announced last month they were stepping away from Facebook, there was a collective gasp: Instagram’s future was suddenly at risk. So is Facebook’s. So far, Facebook’s acquisition of Instagram has been a complete success — one of the most important of the internet era. The app, which… Read more »

Big Baller brand posts cryptic message on Instagram

All isn’t well at Big Baller brand. The dying company that LaVar Ball insists is fine has not had a functioning web site for 2 weeks. That’s a fairly major problem for an apparel company with no brick and mortar stores. Their entire distribution network is based online, however as noticed by Jacob Rude of… Read more »

The Chinese video-sharing app, TikTok recently caused many accidents, some of them leading to deaths

There are various reasons as to why Madras high court is trying to ban the most famous Chinese video-sharing app, TikTok in India. The main reason being, kids who are followers of the famous app are vulnerable to pornography. That’s not all. Within the recent past, there have been several cases where people have hurt themselves very seriously whereas creating videos for TikTok. Some of these serious injuries even resulted in deaths. The most recent case that was… Read more »

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    Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg has defended the company’s actions after terror attacks, including the mosque attacks in Christchurch, were livestreamed on the social media site. Zuckerberg stressed the company has to work harder to “amplify the good things that people do and to mitigate and remove as much of the negative as possible”, he said in an interview with George Stephanopoulos on ABC News. Facebook was extremely criticized after the shooting in Christchurch was… Read more »

  • How to go live on TikTok in 2019

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  • Facebook and Instagram suffer most severe outage ever

    Facebook appears to be recovering from a more than 14-hour disruption to all of its products that left them mostly inaccessible across the globe. The company’s main social network, its two messaging apps and image-sharing site Instagram were all affected. Facebook has yet to offer an explanation for the outage. The last time Facebook had a disruption of this magnitude was in… Read more »

  • Data on 540 million Facebook users exposed

    Detailed info concerning more than 540 million Facebook users was left publicly visible for months, a security firm has found. UpGuard found the large cache of information on unsecured Amazon servers used by a Mexican social media firm. The information came from visitors to Cultura Colectiva’s Facebook pages and included account names, ID numbers, comments and reactions. Facebook said the data had currently been removed from the servers…. Read more »

  • Facebook demanding Some New Users’ Email Passwords

    Mark Zuckerberg admitted recently that Facebook doesn’t have a ‘strong reputation’ for privacy. An odd new request for personal information probably won’t help with that rep. Just two weeks after admitting it stored hundreds of millions of its users’ own passwords insecurely, Facebook is demanding some users to fork over the password for their outside… Read more »

  • Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Instagram account breaks record within six hours of launching

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s new Instagram account has broken the record for the fastest time to achieve1, 000,000 followers on Instagram. The account, named sussexroyal, was set up on Tuesday 2 April and reached the one million milestones in only five hours and forty five minutes. Since then, the account following has doubled, and… Read more »

  • Instagram Launches ‘Checkout on Instagram’ to Facilitate In-App shopping

    After edging towards eCommerce for some time, and evolving its various tools to better facilitate on-platform shopping, Instagram is currently taking the next step with the introduction of a brand new checkout option within the app. As you can see, the new process takes Instagram’s ‘Shopping Tags’ to the next level – currently, rather than… Read more »

  • Instagram Feed algorithm Out of Order? Users Still Seeing April Fool’s Posts 2 Days Later

    Instagram users scrolling through their feeds Wednesday were stunned, and even irritated, that they kept seeing April Fool’s posts from 2 days prior. Users were tweeting regarding the fact that the algorithmic rule on Instagram was showing them posts on their feeds out of order and in some cases from days prior. Instagram says that it’s normal for users to see posts that may be a few days old…. Read more »

  • TikTok for money

    TikTok has grown quite a bit within the past year and that means more money for influencers as more brands are willing to partner with influencers on the platform. Whereas there’s no equivalent YouTube partner program on TikTok (YouTube shares ad revenue), you can still make quite a bit of money if you know the way to monetize your audience on TikTok. Top TikTok users have millions of followers and can make millions of dollars per year. Here are some ways to try and do so: Brand deal  Now that TikTok… Read more »

  • The Madras high court has passed an order to ban download of TikTok

    The Madras high court has passed an order to ban the download and use of popular mobile video-sharing app, TikTok. Sitting at the Madurai Bench, Justices N Kirubakaran and SS Sundar passed an interim order to this impact today, issuing the following directions: The Government is directed to ban downloading of TikTok Mobile App. The Media is… Read more »