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#BobbyJindalissowhite: Twitteratis respond to Jindal’s ‘hyphenated’ remark

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By NewsGram Staff Writer

Bobby Jindal became the ‘Twitter-Stopper’ for the day when he made hypocritic statements about being a migrated Indo-American. According to him, people who migrated from different countries to America should not be considered as ‘Hyphenated-Americans’ anymore, but simply Americans. His insecurity became a matter of public outrage when twitteratis took upon the Twitter to show their discontentment regarding his statements. All of a sudden, ‘#BobbyJindalissowhite’ started trending in Twitter and he became the butt of a few hilarious jokes. Interestingly, not just Indians but also Indo-Americans joined this trolling movement and expressed their disappointment. Some of the most shared tweets can be seen here.

 

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Twitter Launches A New Home For Publishers: “Twitter Media”

"Twitter Media" would feature best practices from content publishers

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In an apparent attempt to get close to publishers, Twitter has launched “Twitter Media” — a website dedicated to helping small publishers get the most from its platform.

Kay Madati, Global Vice President and Head of Content Partnerships officially introduced the new site.

“With Facebook disappointing publishers for the last few years Twitter saw an opportunity, and now it’s launching ‘Twitter Media’, a website dedicated to helping small publishers get the most from its platform,” tech website WeRSM reported late on Tuesday.

“Twitter Media” would feature best practices from content publishers across Twitter, curated by Twitter’s news, sports and entertainment partnerships teams.

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The micro-blogging site said that “Twitter Media” will be updated regularly with case studies and success stories and will also feature a blog to help publishers stay up-to-date with tools for publishers.

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The website would also include information about new products and features designed specifically for content publishers and there would be an easy-to-navigate help section curating answers to the most common questions Twitter gets from content publishers. (IANS)