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Digital Intelligence September 2014

Digital Strategy data - Digital Intelligence September 2014

This month's round-up of the research, trends and case studies impacting digital marketing.

- Internet of Things gets real
- Ecommerce goes social with Twitter
- Digital marketing effectiveness

Take a look and get back in touch if there's anything you'd like advice on about how it could impact you and your team.

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Twitpic to close after copyright dispute with Twitter

Iconic photo sharing service Twitpic is to close after a long-running dispute with Twitter over the use of its name.

08/09/2014  |  Full story...

Twitter angers developers with API clampdown

Twitter has sparked anger from developers after restricting creation of third-party applications on its social network. The move could have dire implications for the firm’s hugely popular API platform, which has spawned a number of widely used social media applications such as TweetDeck, Hootsuite and Twitpic.

20/08/2012  |  Full story...

Digital Intelligence May 2011

Digital Strategy data - Digital Intelligence May 2011

Social media strategies are back at the top of the news agenda, with continued explosive growth among Facebook, Twitter and YouTube reminding every company it needs to evolve its strategy to keep place with the what the platforms offer.

Facebook's facial recognition software sent European privacy advocates leaping for their email. Watch this play out through the summer and remember it was only a year ago that Zuckerberg landed the message that 'privacy is no longer a social norm'.

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Twitpic faces backlash for selling rights to users’ photos

Photo-sharing tool Twitpic now has the right to sell images posted by their users, prompting outrage from some of its members. The US-based website, which is used by millions, was forced to apologise and clarify its position after moving to claim the right to sell users' photos without getting their permission.

Twitpic signed a deal with news agency WENN for rights to distribute any posted images. With some people even calling for a boycott, Twitpic founder Noah Everett posted a message saying sorry and again rewriting the terms and conditions relating to posted pictures.


13/05/2011  |  Full story...

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