Last week, I was speaking at the ClickZ Live Toronto conference, and Kirstine Stewart, head of Twitter Canada, was one of the keynote speakers. According to Ms. Stewart, no Twitter accounts of employees are Verified accounts. Not even the CEO’s account.
I actually find this kind of odd. It seems to me that if you were someone who is officially representing Twitter, your account should be a Verified Account. I would want to know that the person tweeting at that account is, in fact, acting in an official capacity and not actually some ‘imposter’ so to speak. [Read more...]