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microblog

A blog that contains brief entries about the daily activities of an individual or company. Created to keep friends, colleagues and customers up-to-date, small images may be included as well as brief audio and video clips. The most popular microblogs are Twitter and Tumblr. See blog, Twitter and Tumblr.
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New Delhi [India], Mar 9 ( ANI ): In what has now become a trend with Prime Minister Narendra Modi's social media habit of following active Twitter users on red letter dates, 40 women active on the micro-blogging site, were followed by PM's personal Twitter handle @NarendraModi on the occasion of #InternationalWomen'sDay.
Amitabh Bachchan has threatened to quit Twitter, accusing the micro-blogging website of reducing his followers.
Last quarter, the micro-blogging platform had a daily active usage growth of 14 per cent YoY.
Ms Khan has slightly more than one million Twitter followers, but unlike her ex-husband she is very active on the micro-blogging website with more than 42,000 tweets.
Scholars of business, economics, and information explain how to market products and services using micro-blogging systems such as Twitter, Sina Weibo, Jaiku, Plurk, and Tumblr.
In this paper, we define spam in micro-blogging as a group of repeated reposting or commenting to make a post visible and credible to others.
Eventually they left Google to launch their micro-blogging baby, Twitter.
the micro-blogging company for its lack of employing female executives, shortly after the company filed paperwork for IPO.
A TWITTER storm on Wall Street saw the micro-blogging site add billions of dollars to its value on its market debut.
54 million followers recently, making her the most popular individual on the micro-blogging site.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Many Saudis are turning to the micro-blogging website Twitter to complain about salaries.
The director of the Kuwait Society for Human Rights, Mohammad al-Humaidi, confirmed the verdict on Twitter, the popular micro-blogging website.