“In exchange for a fee, companies will get "more features" on Twitter, the WSJ reports. Twitter cofounder Biz Stone tells the WSJ that the company recently hired a product manager to help develop those accounts, but doesn’t specify what the extra features will be or when the accounts will launch.”
The story commentary just about writes itself on this one. How many millions of posts have I put together myself, let alone been thrown into the general wilds of the web, on monetizing Twitter.
Will this assuage our concerns as to the long term viability of Twitter? It certainly is a better path to profitability, in our opinion, than partnering with Federated Media to highlight executive twitterers.
He’s a Bitcoin early adopter, as well as a blogging, podcasting and social media pioneer. Prior the founding of SiliconANGLE, Hopkins worked as Associate Editor at Mashable during its formative years. Prior to his career in startups and media, he worked as a developer for large corporations like Nokia, IBM, Apple and Cox Communications. Hopkins lives in Dallas, Texas with his wife and two children.
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