If you’re wondering how to join Twitter, you’ll be happy to hear that the service is easy to use. There’s a simple registration process, and once you’ve gotten past that, you’ll find that there are a lot of things to do to make the experience worthwhile. You’ll be able to interact with followers, and also be able to share your own thoughts. However, there are a few things you should keep in mind before signing up.
Rob Perez’s Space was a digital way for people to engage with sports talk radio
Rob Perez, the man behind @World_Wide_Wob has landed a gig on the new The Action Network. In addition to producing content for the network’s social platforms, the former Fox Sports writer will also contribute to a new sports gambling show.
The new multi-media venture will be similar to his previous endeavors. Prior to this, he launched a website that sells sports tickets and outsourced back-end technology to a secondary ticketing website. Now, he will produce original videos, podcasts, and other high-quality digital content. He will also provide guests on his live show.
The new show will have a similar name to his old one. It will also have the same format. While it may not feature the most prolific of hosts, it will likely showcase the best of the best. Aside from the usual suspects, fans can look forward to celebrity guest appearances, including the likes of Clay Travis and Todd Fuhrman.
Users have reported being served blasphemous content
As a result of Pakistan’s blasphemy laws, dozens of Twitter accounts have been blocked and users have reported being served blasphemous content on the social network. The Pakistan Telecommunications Authority (PTA) has submitted five requests to Twitter to block a number of Twitter accounts that contain “blasphemous” material.
The Pakistani government has also threatened to ban Twitter if it did not follow their orders. After a series of protests, Twitter was forced to back down. This has reportedly led to a reduction in Twitter staff, which is impacting women in Pakistan.
In the meantime, Twitter has also been under fire from investors. CEO Jack Dorsey has been called on to testify before a Senate Committee about the company’s relationship with Pakistan. A Republican Senator from Florida, Marco Rubio, asked Twitter’s CEO to explain how the company complied with the country’s blasphemy law.
Twitter has also blocked content from a Saudi-Canadian activist named Ensaf Haidar. His tweets contained objectionable content, including images of the Quran burning.
One of Twitter’s newer additions, Spaces, will soon allow you to host multiple co-hosts. This will make it a more viable option for those hosting larger audio and video centric discussions. It will also allow you to vet and boot off participants from said discussion.
In addition to the usual suspects, a new gen Spaces will also boast of an impressive suite of social media widgets including a tweet based live chatting feature. A spokesperson for the company told me that it will support both Android and iOS versions of its mobile apps. As mentioned before, Spaces was first introduced as a test last year. The company has been busy updating the product to ensure it’s readiness for public beta. You can expect to hear more about this exciting development over the coming weeks. Hopefully, the changes are worth the wait.
To be fair, there are a number of other social media platforms vying for attention, including Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Snapchat. Despite all of the competition, Spaces has a number of features in its arsenal that should be considered.
Schedule and set reminders
Twitter has announced new features for Spaces, the social audio app that allows users to broadcast and interact live. These include scheduling and reminders, which will help broadcasters plan and promote their events. They will also be able to charge for tickets, and sell tickets to Spaces sessions. In addition, they will be able to add multiple co-hosts.
To schedule a Space, you can either enter a date and time, or select “set reminder”. A reminder will then be sent 30 minutes before the Space’s scheduled start time. The reminder will appear in the tweet announcing the Space. You can also opt to receive reminders through a DM. Once you have scheduled your Space, you can share its details with other broadcasters. Your Space will have a unique URL, which will let other people know about the event.
You can also check the number of people setting reminders for a Space on its product details page. This will tell you how many people are vying for the same stock. Also, you can see the price, the drop date, and the hashtag.