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Twitter To Offer Facebook-Style Fan Pages

jhernik (1795638) writes | more than 3 years ago

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jhernik (1795638) writes "Twitter is looking into opening up new revenue streams with its own brand pages

Micro-blogging site Twitter could soon offer dedicated Facebook-style pages, as part of an attempt to further tap into and monetise the business activity taking place on its platform.

Sources familiar with the project told Marketing Magazine that Twitter chief executive Dick Costolo and president of revenue Adam Bain are championing the idea, as part of an attempt to create fresh revenue streams. The pages would allow companies to tout their brands and deliver tailored content to their followers."

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