Pushing Trends on Twitter Is Getting More Expensive

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    A Norwalk man used his iPhone to help catch the man who was breaking into his home.

    Pushing a trend on Twitter is going to get more expensive for the corporate world.

    One of the San Francisco-based social networking site's main revenue sources is to charge companies for “promoted trends” ads, which allows a company to take over a prominent piece of Twitter real estate for a day.

    But the cost of buying the promoted trend is going to cost more, according to All Things D.

    Twitter is reportedly telling companies that it will begin charging between $100,000 to $120,000 per day.

    Currently the microblogging site charges between $70,000 and $80,000 and has experienced some success with the program.