X (Twitter)

Insight about X, the platform formerly known as Twitter. The former news social media mainstay once described as "microblogging", and now better known as "that hell site", is in the midst of some dramatic changes. .

Elon Musk sitting upon a pile of burning newspapers.

Beating the X (Twitter) headline ban Members Public

There is a way around X's removal of headlines from links shared on the platform once known as Twitter. But it comes at a price.

Adam Tinworth
Adam Tinworth
X (Twitter)

Cuttings #1: One year of Musk Twitter Members Public

The return of the daily lunchtime email, but now for paying members only.

Adam Tinworth
Adam Tinworth
X (Twitter)

X on the beach Members Public

Twitter is dead, and X has risen, zombie-like from its ashes. Now's the time to review your publication's commitment to the platform.

Adam Tinworth
Adam Tinworth
X (Twitter)
A Twitter-like bird, entirely made out of sewing thread

Threads: first impressions of Meta’s new Twitter competitor Members Public

Meta’s Twitter clone is here, and it’s surprisingly good. But most of all, it’s growing at an astonishing rate. Time to pay attention.

Adam Tinworth
Adam Tinworth
Social Media
A graph hanging over a sea.

Sell the harder story, don’t just milk the easy one Members Public

Too many editors hide behind analytics when making bad choices on which stories to prioritise. And what's going on with the would-be Twitter replacements?

Adam Tinworth
Adam Tinworth
analytics
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🤯 LinkS in bio Members Public

Well, stone the crows. Instagram has unexpectedly done something we never thought they’d do…

Adam Tinworth
Adam Tinworth
Instagram

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
X (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