Facebook man jumps ship

Twitter is increasing its drive to make significant money by hiring two sales directors, including Dan Coughlin.

Why does Dan Coughlin get a notable mention? Because he used to be Facebook’s director of media sales, so if anyone knows about turning a social media venture into a cash cow, he does.

Twitter is pinning initial hopes on sales of ‘promoted tweets’, which has attracted the business of Coke and Disney, among others.

(Source: The Wall Blog)

This article appears in issue 247 of Media Digest.

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