Thursday, December 22, 2011

Twitter’s Early Growth Was Fueled By Traditional Offline Networking

This study explores how an internationally popular company started first with just a few cities. Twitter's early growth began first in San Francisco, then Boston, moving from city to city.

The researchers cite the geographic closeness of participants – essentially face-to-face networking – that resulted in what today millions of people can use to tell the world about their breakfast.

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Twitter’s Early Growth Was Fueled By Traditional Offline Networking [STUDY] - AllTwitter

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