Twitter Online Ads charges

Ramp has processed transactions for Twitter Online Ads.

You might see Twitter Online Ads listed on your credit card statement as:
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Twitter Online Ads could appear on your statement as:

What is Twitter Online Ads?

Twitter Online Ads is a company that specializes in helping businesses with their advertising strategies on Twitter. With millions of active users on the platform, Twitter presents a unique opportunity for businesses to connect with their target audience and reach new customers. Twitter Online Ads provides a range of products and services to help businesses take advantage of this opportunity and achieve their advertising goals on Twitter.

  1. Twitter Promote Mode: A subscription-based advertising service that promotes your tweets and helps you reach more people on Twitter.
  2. Twitter Ads Campaigns: A self-service advertising platform that allows you to create and manage your own Twitter ad campaigns.
  3. Twitter Video Ads: A type of Twitter ad that allows you to promote your videos to a targeted audience on the platform.
  4. Twitter Analytics: A suite of tools that allows you to analyze your Twitter account performance and make data-driven decisions about your advertising strategy.
  5. Twitter Audience Platform: A programmatic advertising platform that allows you to extend the reach of your Twitter ad campaigns to a wider audience across the web and mobile apps.
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