Twitter rolls out new homepage to attract logged-out users


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Twitter on Wednesday rolled out a new homepage aimed at non-Twitter users.

The company, which had been testing a new look for its homepage since February, made the change official with a blog post that outlines the updates.

Whereas before, Twitter’s homepage was pretty sparse — simply a background image and prompts for people to sign up or sign in — the revamped version is populated with different topics, including politics, pop artists and cute animals. Clicking on one brings you to a timeline chock-full of relevant tweets.

“It’s rich real-time content, just like the Twitter experience for users who log in,” Twitter product manager Gabor Cselle wrote in the post. Read more…

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Source: Mashable Social Media

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