Easy Ways To Get More Twitter Followers

Get More Twitter Followers

Twitter is a highly underrated business tool. If correctly used, it can easily help a business to increase brand awareness and get more sales. Twitter can increase brand followers, solidify the brand and generate leads. At the same time, it guarantees that the leads generated are genuinely interested in the brand. You get to target the right audience, which is definitely a great thing. If you decide to use Twitter for your business, getting targeted followers is what is of high interest for you. When this is what you want…

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Facebook has selected London as its base to develop WhatsApp payments

WhatsApp Payments - WhatsApp App

The social network giant wants to drive the messenger service’s mobile payments globally Facebook is serious about developing WhatsApp payments and has chosen London, England as the center of the mobile payments platform’s development. The messenger service will hire on 100 new software engineers from London and Dublin. The reason that Facebook decided on London instead of a US city is that it is widely used in the UK and England’s capital city is known for attracting talent from other markets where WhatsApp is popular. This includes markets such as…

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QR code tattoo fail: Argentinian soccer fan’s tat delinked

QR Code Tattoo - Tattoo Artist

No joke: A fan of Argentina’s River Plate soccer team had a QR code tattooed to his leg to show his love for his team. The fan’s QR code tattoo links to a triumphant highlight video on YouTube of River Plate securing its 5-3 two-legged Copa Libertadores Finals win over arch rivals Boca Juniors…or at least it did. The QR code-linking footage was taken down after Twitter users banded together to have the video removed. The QR code tattoo was shared on Twitter by Argentinian sports journalist Ariel Cristofalo. The…

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Social media accounts run by inmates shut down by prisons in UK

Social media accounts - Prison cell

An increasing number of mobile phones are being smuggled into jails. UK prison authorities have deactivated hundreds of social media accounts run by inmates due to a rising number of mobile phones being smuggled into jails. Over 1,700 accounts were removed from 2015 to 2018. The number of Instagram, Facebook and YouTube profiles that have been deactivated at the request of prison authorities has nearly quadrupled in three years, reports the Telegraph. The majority of these deactivated social media accounts were the result of prisoners using illicit mobile phones to…

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