Current Release of Mark Ling's Learn Build Earn Makes Waves, As Premium Guide & Walk-Thru Released by IM Expert HanifQ

Current Release of Mark Ling's Learn Build Earn Training Program Makes Waves Among EMarketing Professionals, As Premium Bonus Package Released by IM Expert HanifQ. Twitter to Open Storytelling Moments Product to All Users.

The current release of Mark Ling's Learn Build Earn is making waves among emarketing review professionals due to its claim of being an all-inclusive training program that helps marketers create and promote their digital product. The commencement of Mark Ling's Learn Build Earn course happens as Twitter opens its story-telling 'Moments' product to all users.

Hanif Quentino, creator of e-MarketingChamps, has created a full review and unique bonus for the Learn Build Earn training course, which can be seen on his webpage:

Mr. Quentino is considered an authoritative Learn Build Earn review expert, due to his comprehensive experience with internet marketing and digital product developement. Mr. Quentino suggests that users take advantage of Twitter's newest 'Moments' product.

Twitter is hoping to see more people stitch stories together on its platform. The move comes a week after Instagram released a stories product, which it hopes would compete against Snapchat's offering. Twitter's Moments is a slightly different concept, and it is something that is making available to partners, brands and influencers. The Moments product made its debut last year, and Twitter initially reserved it for its own in-house team, as well as a limited number of publishers and advertisers. These tweet streams include text posts, videos and photos, in chronological order. Users can subscribe to Moments, and then have updates to those stories appear in their main Twitter feeds.

Twitter's Moments make it easier for content creators to curate tweets from not just their own feeds but other people's feeds too. Moments can be 'live', unlike Stories, and they're being opened to anyone. It's up to the curators whether they share text, photos or videos; or even some combination of the three. While some analysts are criticizing the rollout of Moments to the public as being just a copy of what Snapchat and Instagram are doing, the fact is that this is actually a rather different offering. The features, differ, the intended use differs, and the flexibility, the way that Moments can continue to live on their own even after the original poster has switched to a different narrative, is something that sets the service apart. Moments are not new. A limited number of brands have had access to them for quite a long time. They are, however, new for the average user, and it is going to be interesting to see what users do with them once they hit the mainstream. They could be a powerful way of documenting world events.

Hanif Quentino's full Learn Buid Earn bonus and review, can be seen on the following webpage:

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