Internet Marketing

Will that be Visa...Mastercard or...Twitter?

  • Matt Reply

    Twitter is in a partnership with Amex that allows people to tweet #hashtags to buy stuff.

    For more information...just read this article

    02/18/13 at 12:39 PM (5398)
  • Matt Reply

    Does this mean hashtag theft will become a big thing?

    02/18/13 at 12:42 PM (5399)
  • Nick Reply

    As Dave said in the other thread, this could be really dangerous for buyers. Which of course means that it's a goldmine for marketers.

    02/18/13 at 01:25 PM (5401)
  • Adam Reply

    All these things have to make money in the end...

    02/18/13 at 05:29 PM (5412)
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    02/18/13 at 05:31 PM (5413)
  • Jesse Reply

    [quote]Adam said: All these things have to make money in the end...


    Reminds me of the very first rule I learned in economics - TINSTAAFL - There Is No Such Thing As A Free Lunch.

    02/19/13 at 08:33 AM (5418)
  • Bill F Reply

    My only thought on this: #why. That being said I admit to not being part of the Twitterati yet but even for mobile payment, #theresanappforthat. #smh

    02/19/13 at 09:07 AM (5420)
  • Brian Long Reply

    I heard about the development of this some time ago. Eventually we'll be able to just use our minds to imagine what we want to buy from companies who have a direct feed into our brains (then it will still take at least 24 hours to ship).

    I don't see this working out well - I think there's going to be too many issues with people mistakenly tagging purchases or leaking personal info, etc. If this somehow magically goes viral, maybe Twitter can release a statement saying #itoldyouso

    02/20/13 at 09:15 AM (5439)
  • Jenna Reply

    Well all this craziness aside, Twitter is still one of the most useful social media platforms for business. For resellers interested in social media: check out this blog.

    02/20/13 at 10:17 AM (5441)
  • Nick Reply

    Twitter has done some amazing things, and really revolutionized (if that's not too overblown a term) the way we interact with one another, with events, and with companies/brands. Nevertheless, I think they're still feeling their way, or maybe evolving. There's bound to be some missteps along the way. This may well turn out to be one of them.

    02/20/13 at 10:47 AM (5443)