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Twitter Kills Ribbon Payment Button In Tweets
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CGanelli,
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4/12/2013 | 1:30:12 AM
re: Twitter Kills Ribbon Payment Button In Tweets
Why rely on Twitter at all? LightningBuy's Single Click Mobile Checkout enables merchants to sell directly from Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, or any type of ad campaign without the third party's permission. The merchant controls 100% where and how they sell with LightningBuy.
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QueenAnneMan,
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4/11/2013 | 4:47:08 PM
re: Twitter Kills Ribbon Payment Button In Tweets
Chirpify has been enabling in-stream transactions successfully on Twitter for the past year but looks like they have been doing it abiding by Twitter's TOS. Sounds like a PR stunt by Ribbon.


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