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Twitter Says No To Third Party Advertisers

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May 25  |  Social Networks  |   Ryan Clark

Well you all remember pay for blog posts I’m sure….here’s the start of another search marketing industry that is about to go underground Twitter recently said that there will be no more inserting third party ads via the Twitter API. Companies like Sponsored tweets may take a little hit, but for now I think they’re still going to bank for a while. This is nothing new of course. Where there is a crowd, there is a marketer. I think in the right context, with the right set of followers this shouldn’t be a problem as long as the shoe fits. Obviously the debate is heating up on Mashable, so check it out to voice your opinion, especially if you’re a developer.

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8 Responses to Twitter Says No To Third Party Advertisers

  1. BuySpain says:

    lol – we will see what the situation is like on Twitter this time next year! It is a too good an opportunity to turn down and the revenue that they are at the moment turning down. Can't see Twitter not accepting ads for long.

  2. I think it's a good move for Twitter in the long run. A lot of ads would turn off a lot of users. As marketers, who are we going to market our site or product to if there are no users? For Twitter, it's just a matter of giving more importance to the bulk of Twitter's users.

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  4. That is the good decision taken by the twitter not to insert third party ads….

  5. Gab Goldenberg says:

    “Where there is a crowd, there is a marketer.” Well said. This is a pretty surprising move, tbh. FB hasn't banned external ads, they've just improved theirs to where people spend more on fb ads.

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  8. Sponsored Tweets is still around and it is a good way to get paid to tweet.

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