Twitter to Deliver Targeted, Organic Tweets -->
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Release date- 16102013 - First of its kind Twitter functionality allows brands to target content by country.
Spredfast, the leading independent social relationship platform provider, today announced a deepened relationship with Twitter to offer first of its kind functionality on the platform.
Available exclusively through third party vendors, the new functionality enables brands to target organic tweets by country.
Marketers know social networks are powerful channels for building lasting relationships with customers and prospects. However, in order to build positive relationships, brands must reach the right audience with relevant content at the right time. Increasingly, brands are relying on targeting capabilities across social networks to better connect with consumers in a meaningful way. For example, the new Twitter capability lets global brands ensure language-specific content is only being seen by the right audiences and that their followers can maintain a Twitter stream of highly compelling messages.
'We are constantly working with the social networks to provide our customers with new capabilities that allow them to create great social experiences,' said
With the introduction of tweet delivery by country in Spredfast's social relationship platform, customers are now equipped with the most robust targeting options available on the market today to better reach niche audiences across major social networks including Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Google+. For more information about the new functionality, visit the Spredfast blog.
Spredfast Media Contact:
Brittany Edwards Spredfast email@example.com (512) 359-6055
Read more here: http://www.sacbee.com/2013/10/14/5819594/spredfast-strengthens-partnership.html#storylink=cpy
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