Twitter is reportedly planning to roll out its ads within streams of tweets on publishers’ apps and websites in order to increase profits. Also Read - Losing thousands of Twitter followers? Here’s why that might be happening
These apps and websites would include Flipboard and ESPN’s Sportscenter apps, reported the Verge. The revenue will be shared with those companies that could help both parties to make more profits. The selected sites would mainly include those places where people spend more time as compared to Twitter. Also Read - After Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, Jack Dorsey; will Mark Zuckerberg be next to leave his company?
It’s unclear exactly when the new ads in streams plan will appear or what they will look like. Twitter has not yet commented on the issue. Also Read - Twitter will not allow posts with photos, videos of private individuals without consent