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Digital Week in Review: Twitter, Youtube, Facebook & Retargeter

Sara Molnick December 7, 2012 Category Agency News

Check out this week’s Digital Week in Review for a brief look into new updates to the digital world.

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Twitter Will Be Reducing Tweets to 117 Characters

Starting in February, Twitter will be reducing tweets containing URLS to 118 characters, and 117 characters for https. Read more about the change on Twitter’s Blog.

Ad Startup, Retargeter, Targets Ads Based On Email Address

How it works? As a business, upload your customer mailing list to the Retargeter Software. Retargeter finds your users on the web using the email list. People on the mailing list are then cookied by Retargeter automatically. Finally, those users are served display ads all over the web. Read more about Retargeter here.

Youtube Makes Watching Videos Easier

In a recent post, Youtube said that after subscribing to a channel on their site, you will be able to see other video channels based on your previous interests and subscriptions.

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Facebook’s Design Team is Making its Way to NYC

Facebook announced that they are going to be launching a design team in NYC in an effort to get closer to advertisers. Read more about it here 

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