Twitter Twitter little star तुम कहाँ हो मुझे आश्चर्य है कि कैसे

So Twitter (stock symbol TWTR) has been talking about growth of its platform.  It wants a multiple of 3 to 4 times its current level over the next ten years.  The reason, money of course. Currently Twitter has 240 million global users which is approximately a fifth of what Facebook has.  Facebook is in the process of monetizing a number of its social media tools, and if Twitter wants to keep pace its going to have to grow its user base as well.  May I present an opportunity … India.  India has approximately 100 million active computer users which would be an excellent start to adding users.  Twitter in India has started by attracting prominent celebrities from across the world of entertainment, sports and government including Anil Kapoor (@AnilKapoor), Sridevi (@SrideviBKapoor), Saina Nehwal (@NSaina), Sourav Ganguly (@SouravGanguly) and the Indian Army (@adgpi).

 

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the user base of Twitter is lower than other social media companies like Facebook, which had 1.2 billion global users at last count. That could limit the reach of Twitter and in turn make it tougher to monetize.

Despite its appeal the user base of Twitter is lower than other social media companies like Facebook, which had 1.2 billion global users at last count. That could limit the reach of Twitter and in turn make it tougher to monetize

Despite its appeal the user base of Twitter is lower than other social media companies like Facebook, which had 1.2 billion global users at last count. That could limit the reach of Twitter and in turn make it tougher to monetize

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