“Back in March, I wrote this piece looking at the ownership issues around Twitter profiles used for professional purposes. I noted that sensible consensus seemed to be that a personal feed (with no inclusion of a company or brand name) is owned entirely by the individual behind it, whilst a corporate feed (with no inclusion of an employee name) is owned entirely by the organisation to which it makes reference.”
“Vogue.com is planning a week-long online fashion event on its blog, featuring exclusive shopping deals and editorial content.”
“The Guardian’s Life & style site is looking for bloggers interested in becoming part of our network.
As readers of the Guardian website, it can hardly have escaped your notice that we like to stay open. There are no pesky paywalls here, and we try to reach out as much as we pull in, but there is always space for more. And in few areas can this be as true as lifestyle – encompassing homes, gardens, parenting, food, fashion, relationships, health, fitness …”
“Twitter has launched promoted tweets, its own form of advertising, in users’ timelines.
Until now promoted tweets have only appeared in search results and on the top of the Twitter trends lists. From now on users will start seeing sponsored messages appear in their timelines.”