Twitter

Insight about Twitter, the social media mainstay once described as "microblogging", and now better known as "that hell site".

The Tickpocalypse is upon us Members Public

Musk’s long threatened bonfire of the blue ticks is nearly here. And it could change the relationship between journalists and Twitter forever. Plus, some great weekend reads.

Adam Tinworth
Adam Tinworth
Twitter

Building a news oasis in a journalism desert Members Public

Plus why we end up with zombie websites, YET MORE Twitter chaos, and the cancelling of Dilbert

Adam Tinworth
Adam Tinworth
Journalism

Readers Write: on ChatGPT search, Twitter changes and Mastodon Ice Cubes Members Public

Thoughts from the lovely OM&HB community about types of search, the impact of Twitter’s changes — and a freebie Mastodon app.

Adam Tinworth
Adam Tinworth
SEO

Why the Twitter road crash is more serious than you think Members Public

Plus the growing evidence that AI chat search is far from ready for prime time, and some great reads on both how ChatGPT actually works and what’s behind “hot, lonely women” catfishing scams

Adam Tinworth
Adam Tinworth
Twitter

Friday Five: misreporting Mastodon, dangerous deepfakes and tanking Twitter Members Public

Is Mastodon really tanking? Who’s making a mint from newsletters? And who are these eerie newsreaders spouting propaganda? Your weekend reading, sorted.

Adam Tinworth
Adam Tinworth
newsletters
Elon Musk as a sheriff, burning down the town, while a blue bird flies next to him.

What the heck is happening with Twitter now? Members Public

Long form Tweets are here for Twitter Blue subscribers. And there are big changes on the way for Tweedeck and the Twitter API. Some people just love watching platforms burn.

Adam Tinworth
Adam Tinworth
Twitter
A D&D-style bard holding a laptop and phone, signing about search

Google’s Bard sings a song to welcome the second age of search Members Public

Google is racing Microsoft to transform search with AI chat tools. What does this mean for your traffic?

Adam Tinworth
Adam Tinworth
AI
An illustration of to web publishers meditating in a zen fashion.

Four things publishers should give up in 2023 Members Public

Digital publishing moves so fast it can be hard to keep track of what works, and what doesn’t. Here are the things you need to be letting go of right now.

Adam Tinworth
Adam Tinworth
Publishing