Twitter's latest disappointing figures will be reversed by a focus on second-screening, its CEO Dick Costolo claimed last night. The three million new users that the service added in Q1 was at the low
end of analyst expectations. Twitter claims to be in conversations with many broadcasters and brands about using its Amplify service, which helps identify second-screeners and then reach them with
in-tweet video clips. The site posted a net Q1 loss of $132m on revenue, up 119% on the year before, of $250m.
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