Though Twitter is ubiquitious in marketing campaigns and news media, the social network continues to struggle at connecting with mainstream users.
Chris Perkowski's insight:
Twitter has no new users, the company is still making money, but is slowing down. At the current rate twitter is going, it would take another 11 years to match Facebook. Some problems with reaching people with Twitter is that the older generations don't like the 140 character limit. Twitter is also less personal than Facebook and is more demanding because you are expected to be more interesting.
I never found Twitter to that interesting. For many people, this is how they get updated with news, friends, and social life activities. I find it to be a site that people share unimportant things about themselves and complain. It's no surprise to me that they are not gaining many more users.
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