The new homepage has an eight-box grid of topics to choose from, ranging from television to “the basics.” Clicking on television brings users to a redesigned TV page, which houses social TV success stories, Twitter’s media blog, best practices, and user support.
There’s also a featured best practices and success stories section with successful examples of live-tweeting, engaging followers, and promoting content.
The new site continues Twitter’s 2013 social TV momentum, becoming the platform of choice for TV stars to interact with their fans.
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