It’s been a huge year for Twitter. Huge.
Twelve months ago it was an evolving but fairly low-key social network where the most popular user had about sixty thousand followers.
Now, it’s an internet giant that has forced Facebook and Google to continually revise and re-evaluate their mission statements, and been embraced by the global media and general populace at an unprecedented level. And 220 users now have more than one million followers.
But what I want to know is: how important is Twitter to YOU?
I’d like you to consider this from the perspective of how you would feel if Twitter suddenly disappeared tomorrow. How would that make you feel? How would it impact your day-to-day life?
Please choose your answer in the poll below, and I encourage you to follow this up in the comments section.
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