Timing Twitter

Retweet rewarded.
Timing is everything, right? Well, my timing is terrible. Just weeks into starting this blog describing my Twitter API education order to join the flock and promoter their platform, they announce two, new, open positions: Platform Developer Advocate and Platform Product Marketing Manager. I’ve got a lot of work to do to be qualified for either of those. But Twitter—if you’re listening—I’m ready to work today on Sean Garrett’s team; I just want to know more before I do.

The increased numbers Twitter is seeing in employees seems to be a response to their worldwide growth. The U.S. numbers, however, seem to be lagging. But when you present the Golden Tweet award for the year’s “most Retweeted Tweet” in front of a rabid audience on national television, you may be able to regain momentum in America.

Another way to acquire new users is by giving them new tools. Twitter has revamped the resources it provides for businesses to get more out of the service. By making a commitment to keeping Twitter for Business up to date with suggestions and case studies, Twitter is providing basic elements for success. It seems that Twitter wants everyone’s revenue to grow.

Timing, growth, and opportunity. I’m looking forward to improvements in all areas very soon. Until then, I’ll be composing Tweet number 3,000, and see you on the ‘morrow, on the Web.
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Author  Stephen R. Fox