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Posts from Media: announcements

Twitter monetization, now at your fingertips

Monetizing at scale on Twitter has never been easier.

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Opening up Moments to more creators

Today we’re opening up the ability to make Moments to select influencers, publishers, and brands. In the coming months, everyone will be able to make Moments.

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Announcing an Application Process for Verified Accounts

Today we announced that we’ve created an online application process for Twitter accounts to receive verified status.

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Introducing Twitter Engage

Twitter Engage is our new app that helps creators grow, understand, and engage their audiences.

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Explore links in Moments

We’re making it easier for people to explore links within Moments on iOS and Android.

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Coming soon: An improved embedded timeline

Starting March 3, you’ll see a new design for the embedded timeline that’s more modern, flexible, and media-forward.

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Emojis with “Purpose” for @justinbieber’s album release

Beliebers can now express their passion for every song on Justin Bieber’s upcoming album “Purpose” through emojis.

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Introducing Accelerated Mobile Pages

Tweets are an essential part of storytelling for publishers and technology companies around the world. When news breaks, people go to Twitter to share the story, and their Tweets become a critical element to articles on the mobile web. While we work hard to make embedded Tweets incredibly fast and performant, they’re often loaded inside of slower mobile web pages. Today, we aim to change the performance of the mobile web, by supporting a new open source initiative with other industry leaders called Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP).

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Introducing Curator, a new way to find and display great Twitter content

Media publishers can now seamlessly search, filter and curate Twitter content across any screen.

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Audio Card: Now with @iTunesMusic

A new way for you to discover and listen to audio.

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