A big development, and good news for users, has emerged from the Twitter headquarters today. They have announced that all users will now be given access to their analytics system. This information was previously limited to advertisers.
Google has officially brought an end to the authorship system for search results. The search engine announced on Thursday that search results relating to articles will no longer have the names of authors associated with them.
The head of product for LinkedIn announced his departure. Deep Nishar will be leaving the company after six years. This will mean some changes for the website. He will be leaving the company in October but still plans to be connected with it in some form after his departure.
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One of the downfalls of advertising on Twitter is that targeted ads are a challenge. Twitter doesn’t ask its users for a lot of personal information, which means it can be hard to study people and find out the kind of information that helps advertisers.