Pepsi y Twitter anuncian su acuerdo global de colaboración


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Esta exclusiva colaboración ofrecerá a los consumidores de Pepsi una nueva conexión con su música y artistas favoritos

Pepsi presenta “Live for Now Music”, un acuerdo a nivel global con twitter, cuyo foco principal será el mundo de la música. Gracias a este acuerdo, que forma parte de la campaña internacional “Live for Now” lanzada recientemente por Pepsi, alrededor de 140 millones de usuarios de Twitter podrán escuchar música a través de descargas gratuitas semanales, descubrir vídeos musicales originales y una disfrutar de los conciertos Pepsi que se llevarán a cabo este verano y otoño en Estados Unidos.

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New Hires at Twitter Put the Focus on Making Money

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The hires round out Twitter’s sales executive ranks, and indicate that the start-up is moving into a new phase, focusing on revenue. [Más…]

Early on, Twitter refused to worry about how to make money and instead concentrated on getting people to use the service. In 2008, Evan Williams, Twitter’s co-founder and chief executive, compared the strategy to Google’s in its early days, telling me in an interview: “It was the classic story of not worrying about monetization yet and getting their product right.”

Since then, Twitter has evolved from a start-up trying to attract users to a household name. With 145 million registered users and $160 million in venture capital, Twitter has been increasingly shifting its focus to figuring out how to earn revenue.


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By CLAIRE CAIN MILLER

Twitter is getting more serious about making money.

On Tuesday, Twitter announced that it had hired two new sales executives, continuing its pattern of plucking top sales executives from other Web companies. Adam Bain, former president of the News Corporation’s Fox Audience Network, will be Twitter’s president of global revenue, and Brent Hill, Google’s former head of financial services for the Midwest, will be director of sales for the Midwest at Twitter.

The hires round out Twitter’s sales executive ranks, and indicate that the start-up is moving into a new phase, focusing on revenue. Leer más “New Hires at Twitter Put the Focus on Making Money”