When Twitter founders Jack Dorsey, Biz Stone, and Evan Williams started the social media platform, they chose the name because they thought "twitter" implied chatter, background noise, and a long stream of "inconsequential information."
What may have started out as a rookie social media website has now grown into a multibillion-dollar industry. As a result, Twitter spawned the term "micro-blogging" – the perfect term to describe Twitter's short-text updates. Today, businesses, celebrities, and political parties resort to Twitter to share information and persuade audiences.
Your business—regardless of its size—can be a part of the Twitter-verse. Start promoting your business via Twitter, and you'll benefit from Twitter's vast network of corporations, consumers, and business tools. All you need is an account, some gumption, and a little bit of patience to watch your bright idea go from a passing fancy to a game-changing revenue powerhouse.
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