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This article was published on March 17, 2009


Twitter introduces advertising on profile pages

Twitter introduces advertising on profile pages
David Petherick
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David Petherick

Scotsman David Petherick is a director & co-founder of several companies, and provides social media strategy & visibility services. Scotsman David Petherick is a director & co-founder of several companies, and provides social media strategy & visibility services. David became known as ‘The Digital Biographer’ after a 2007 BBC radio interview, speaks Russian, wears the Kilt, and is a co-author for the books 'Age of Conversation 2.0, & 3.0'.

Twitter, the microblogging service, is gradually evolving its design on end user profile pages, and the CSS code may contain more clues.

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At the moment, the advertising placed on the pages is ‘internal advertising’ for Twitter services like Search, and its Widgets, but in the future – well, they are short, unobtrusive and perhaps easily able to adapt themselves to fit your tweeting style?

TweetSense advertising? Makes perfect sense to me. What do you think?