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How Twitter Ads work

We want to show you ads that you find interesting and useful. This article provides an overview of how Twitter Ads work, why you see certain ads, your privacy settings and other options.

About Twitter Ads

You may see different kinds of ads on Twitter, such as: Promoted Tweets, Promoted Accounts, and Promoted Trends. These …

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Measuring brand impact and privacy controls – Twitter

How we measure the quality of Tweets from brands

We measure the performance of brands’ Tweets (both Promoted and organic) to help them provide high-quality ads and content that is more interesting to you. We may work with ad partners to help measure this impact based on information they have about in-store sales. We hope …

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Profile visibility settings – Twitter

Read below for more information about your profile visibility settings, and how Twitter uses your birthday when added to your profile.

Visibility options

Remember, most of the profile information you provide us is always public, like your biography, location, website and picture. For certain profile information fields we provide you with visibility settings to select …

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Allow others to find you by email address or phone number

Your email address and phone number

Often the best connections on Twitter are with people you know and care about. In order to help you make those connections, we use information like your email address and/or phone number to make your account discoverable to others. By default your account settings allow this, but you can …

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FAQs about adding location to your Tweets

Below are some answers to common questions regarding Tweeting with your location. If you’re wondering how to Tweet with your location, please see our Adding your location to a Tweet article.

What location information is attached to my Tweets?

  • Enabling location services allows you to selectively add location information to your Tweets. This feature …

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Using location services on mobile devices – Twitter

Enabling location services through Twitter for iOS or Twitter for Android allows Twitter to periodically determine your precise location. This allows us to provide, develop, and improve a variety of our services, including but not limited to:

  • Delivery of content, including Tweets and advertising, that is tailored to your location.
  • Delivery of location-specific trends.
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Tailored ads and your privacy controls – Twitter

What are tailored ads?

Tailored ads are ads, such as Promoted Tweets and Promoted Accounts, that we hope will be more interesting and useful for you. We tailor ads based on information that our ad partners share with us. This helps Twitter display ads about things you’ve already shown interest in and from brands and …

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Twitter supports Do Not Track

Do Not Track (DNT) is a privacy preference that you can set in most web browsers.

We honor Do Not Track because we are committed to providing you with meaningful privacy choices. DNT gives you a simple way to control how your information is used to personalize your experience. We support DNT for our tailored …

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Your privacy controls for tailored ads – Twitter

About tailored ads

We work with ads partners to bring you more useful and interesting advertising content. We may do this based on information that ads partners share with us. We hope that this increases the usefulness of Twitter Ads for you.

Here’s one way it would work. Let’s say a flower shop wants to …

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Approving or denying follower requests – Twitter

To approve or deny a follower request on the web:

  • Sign in to your Twitter account.
  • Look for the follower request notification on the left side of your homepage. 
  • Click the notification, and choose to either approve or deny the follower request.
  • Note: Accounts with public Tweets will never be asked to approve a follower …

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    Cost per thousand (CPM) is a marketing term used to denote the price of 1,000 advertisement impressions on one webpage. If a website publisher charges $2.00CPM, that means an advertiser must pay $2.00 for every 1,000 impressions of its ad. The "M" in CPM represents the Roman numeral for 1,000.

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