Posted on November 19, 2016

A CAll With Jack: “We had an “upfront deal” with Twitter, which is a common setup where we commit to spending a certain amount on advertising and in exchange receive discounts, perks, and custom solutions. Our upfront deal was signed in August.”

Twitter — or well, Dorsey — restricted us on the most unique part of our deal, the custom hashtag emojis, of which we had two.
It’s an emoji tied to a specific hashtag. When anyone uses that hashtag, the emoji is automatically added at the end.
We planned to launch both of our emojis for the first debate. One was a contrasting emoji for the popular #CrookedHillary. They were going to be featured in our promoted trend for maximum exposure…
Day after day, TW wouldn’t give us an official yay/nay and my contacts inside TW told me the new design was causing a lot of heartburn and “big meetings” with folks at the top

Just before the presidential debates Twitter said the request could not be fulfilled, “We couldn’t accuse someone of committing a crime they did not commit or were not under investigation for.”

They would not allow anything about the investigation into the Clinton Foundation or Hillary’s deleted emails.

Today the liberals are whining about fake news but none has complained about Obama using a fake name when communicating with Hillary’s illegal server, of which he was not aware.


A CAll With Jack: How Twitter CEO, Jack Dorsey, restricted advertising for Trump’s campaign

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