Twitter better explains why some things are going on 2020

Twitter better explains why some things are going on 2020

[ad_1] Fed up with the trending topics section of Twitter? The company has plans to make it easier to see why a person, place or thing is appearing on everyone's feed. Free book preview The Ultimate Guide to Social Media Marketing with twitter This book takes readers into a 360-degree perspective of social media marketing in businesses. This story was originally revealed PCMag "Why is it like this TrendingThe "Was tweeted more than half a million times in the past year. Twitter Users want to clearly understand why something is popular, and the company noted. on Tuesday, Twitter announced It will elaborate on trends through pinned tweets and descriptions on trending topics. Providing context around trends occurs through a combination of algorithms and human review. Algorithms remove tweets that are abusive, not spam, or posted through fraudulent accounts. A representative's tweet is then shown in the trend, showing why users are talking about the topic. This feature has already been implemented on Twitter for iOS and Android...
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How Yes Way Rosé Won Over the Wine World

How Yes Way Rosé Won Over the Wine World

[ad_1] September 2, 2020 15+ min read   This story appears in the September 2020 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe » The year 2020 has been a year that demands wine. Erica Blumenthal and Nikki Huganir expected this. They didn’t expect the reason, of course — the horrible stress, the terrible tragedies, interminable lockdowns. Instead, they were envisioning pool parties, summer getaways, and the other carefree activities that have lifted them toward the top of the summer’s hottest wine category. Blumenthal and Huganir are the founders of Yes Way Rosé, a brand that was born out of a catchphrase on Instagram but whose silly name has led to serious sales: It’s the no. 1 French canned wine, the no. 2 sparkling French rosé, and the no. 4 French rosé in America. Back in March, just days before the nation spiraled into crisis, I visited them as they prepped for what was supposed to be a booming summer. It was 10 a.m. on a freezing morning, inside a photo studio in...
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