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How Twitter's New Image Feed Could Boost E-Commerce

Love it or hate it, Twitter’s updated interface is here to stay. Now dotting (if you’re lucky and don’t follow photoholics) streams full of 140-character updates, users will see images in their feed without having to click links that redirect to Twitpic, Instagram, and other photo platforms. It’s a strategy Twitter’s touting as an easy way for users to engage instantly with visual content. On the eve of its IPO, Twitter’s also hoping will help drive additional revenue from ad sales --a move that some contend actually diminishes users’ control over their social selves.