Twitter put promotional posters feature in partnership with Pepsi

Aug

16

2016

Twitter micro-blogging company began starting on Monday introduced a new feature called it “promotional posters”, which allows brands launch special collections of posters intended for users, so that they can be used with images that they share it on the social network.

It seems that Twitter has found a new way to get the money through the feature has to reproduce them by less than two months from the service snapchat, allowing advertisers to promotional posters, which appear in the list of labels that users can put on their pictures.

Revealed the network in a post published on its official website all began to put up promotional posters in partnership with Pepsi as a partner of the exclusive offline, comes this feature put up as part of the part of PepsiMoji campaign launched by the soft drinks company, so that allows users who are within 10 specific markets to access those posters.

Posters and works resemble Alhastej, so users can click on the poster to search for images using a particular type, said Brad Jackman official at the Pepsi company in a separate statement published that this feature gives users a whole new way to interact extra, and by allowing them to add emoticons our own directly to their images.

And operating company Twitter to launch a feature other brands, so that allows them to create Almsalqat their own group, and that users can use, and represents a new feature is a great opportunity for brands to deliver their brand users and increase publicize it widely.

It comes this feature launching at a time when Twitter is facing mounting pressure from investors, in addition to shrinking revenues and the collapse of the growing number of users of monthly, where the company’s revenues grew by 20 percent during the second quarter, the ratio is the lowest percentage since the IPO.

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