Two main differences, from the good old Twitter, would be: Ephemeral: tweets would expire in 24 hours. Similarly to Snapchat Stories. Feed in chronological order. Because algorithmic feeds are notoriously manipulative. Plus, ideally this would sit on a decentralized architecture. I’d call it “TweetBomb” and it would definitely require an “Import my Followers” feature before […]
Twitter is on a roll. This last quarter they announced a 21% increase in mDAU (monetizable daily active users), which was a record number compared to their usual 3-4%s and Facebook’s average of 2%. Despite its high growth, Twitter’s PE ratio (hovering around 15%) is half of Facebook’s. The only explanation to that is Facebook’s […]
Vertical approach in social software works! Firstly, let me explain what social software is; in short, social software is packaging of social media (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, etc.) technologies for general-purpose use-cases.