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  • Johnny Appleseed

    Twitter may be used to remotely trigger apps, eg home automation

  • http://www.xfilespoker.com Tom

    I’m @xfilespoker on twitter and I’m myself and active everyday. The contacts I’m making are blowing my mind – not to mention the SPEED of learning all sorts of TOPICS. It’s a bit of an overload at first.

    If you are new to poker – want to learn a few tricks.. Come say hi! We have many TWEETS – @callmeroger @kimshannon @sycostevethe1st @Lady_south etc.. following us and it’s a blast! We also run live TWITTER games.. $1 and $2 – on full tilt. Come check us out and say hi in the xfilespoker forum. Or google us?

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  • http://www.twitter.com/mehulkar Mehul Kar

    #23 and #26 are contradictory.

    #23 i believe it

    #26 twitter’s search feature is terrible.

    #17 i’d be surprised if that wasn’t already true?

    • http://www.mienspace.nl Mark

      Indeed twitter’s search is very bad! I want to search my tweets fast and chronologically!

      • http://www.mypeoplebiz.com Paul

        that is exactly the search functionality I need!

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  • http://www.GlutenFreeDee.com GlutenFreeDee

    I think this is right on and have been resistent to use Facebook and LinkedIn because they don’t cross link to Twitter from their platform. I do update all from Twitter, either thru TweekDeck or HootSuite but have been directed to check out SocialOomph. Nine months ago I didn’t know much about Twitter, now I get review for gluten free companies, Ghost Tweet, coach Tweeters and Teach Tweeting to For Fun and Profit. Who would have thought. I’m building a team to help with the amount of work coming my way – unsolicited. ROCK ON TWITTER!

  • http://customerservicezone.com/wp/ Robert Bacal

    I see a few things I agree with, some that I think are based on hope and hype and some I disagree with mostly because the numbers and the evidence says otherwise (amazing what you can learn from research and numbers).

    I think Twitter will hit a huge bump in 2010. I believe for the most part that the invisibility of those that tried Twitter for months then left will continue making it appear that it’s way more successful than it is, particularly for business.

    Small businesses, who can’t afford to mess around, will continue to try and leave at an alarming rate.

    The survivial of Twitter is going to rest on where it goes next, not where it is, because where it is isn’t going to sustain well financially.

    I caution that there is a huge (I mean seriously huge) illusion with Twitter that makes it appear to be widely successful. It simply isn’t. The fundamental numbers, and in particular churn statistics are clear. It is not going to work without many more features that address problems that have been made invisible by the hype and hope.

    I like Twitter. It’s fun. But very limited for many things, including some of the stuff on the list above.

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  • http://lifehacks.web.id lifehacks

    twitter is great tools for business

  • http://robertkblechman.blogspot.com Robert K. Blechman

    As a would-be Twitter novelist, author of the year-long, soon to be completed, entirely Twitter-published, comic murder mystery “Executive Severance” , I find it interesting that none of the predictions discuss creative uses of Twitter.

    Followed the murder, mayhem and privacy invasion, published 140 characters at a time twice a day at RKBs_Twitstery! A complete retweet of the entire novel will start soon, followed by the release of the story in old-fashioned book form by NeoPoeisis Press this fall.

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  • http://twitter.com/JustJames21 James Adcock

    I Believe twitter will never lose it’s interest. Twitter will continue to expand and expand, and eventually be the biggest website on the internet.

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  • http://sellinginformationproducts.net John Soares

    Jeff, thanks for this thought-provoking post.

    I’m not a Twitter expert, but I think the 140-character limit and the difficulty for multiple people to easily have an ongoing in-depth conversation about a topic places major limits on Twitter.

  • http://bit.ly/9PFJ1N Saul Fleischman

    More preferences, auto-translation (tweet-by-tweet)options (with minute settings for sensitivity), and geo-tools for opt-in/out will provide for dynamic marketing possibilities.

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  • PamRoes

    Terrific predictions. It will be interesting to see how corporations will manage individual customer relationships via Twitter. Big shift from mass marketing to super micro marketing. Thank you.

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  • http://twitter.com/JamjeeOfficial Jamjee Official

    These are interesting predictions. I have started to love twitter more then Facebook :)

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  • http://twitter.com/socialjulia Julia Levy

    Looks like one of the key messages here is the fact that we are looking for convergence of the types of functionality offered across different platforms – location based offers like Foursquare, the desire to have a record of our messages but with the reach and ease of use of an sms message? Another message is the desire to integrate across all the different platforms with which we engage – whilst gaining more control of who we are connecting with. It is challenging to stay on top of all the innovations and channels available to us now – anything which simplifies this must be welcome!

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