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Twitter Moments have been around for over a year now but they were limited in use to only Twitter big shots and a handful of Twitter partners.Recently, Twitter has made this feature available to everyone, which means you can use this great feature to get the word out about your business! There are a few guidelines to keep in mind though, so let’s dive deeper and take a look at the best ways to use Twitter Moments. Understanding the basics Using the new feature is very easy and intuitive. You will now see a Moments tab on top of your Twitter page and after clicking that you see you have the option to ‘Create a New Moment.’ Once you click this you will see all sorts of options that are very self explanatory. You can add a title, description, cover image, and you can link other tweets to the Moment.…

Advertising can be annoying. This isn’t a secret and many internet users are so annoyed that they employ ad-blockers to rid themselves of the ads as much as they can. Web browsers are catching on to this trend and now Opera and Brave have built-in ad blocking. So, the question remains, will leading browser Google Chrome follow suite and build ad-blocking in as well? Google runs on advertising To answer this question very simply, no, Google will not be building in ad-blocking for Chrome. Google’s revenue stream absolutely depends on advertising. This means they would effectively be shooting themselves in the foot if they built an ad-blocking feature into the very popular Chrome browser. Google’s solution to ads Now, just because Google is not planning on integrating an ad-blocking solution doesn’t mean they don’t recognize that users are getting fed up with ads. Google is instead focusing on…