If you know about how the business model for eBooks, as in digital books, worked in the past, you know they were often sold on Twitter. The end result was that the market became saturated, I understand, which is a fancy way of saying there were too many writers on Twitter and too many eBooks being marketed on the heavy-hitting social media platform, and it became much more difficult to do without very precise strategies in place. It doesn’t mean it can’t be done, it’s just not the gold rush it was a few years ago.
Today’s WordPress Daily Prompt is the word, “Total,” and what for me is the “total” mind-blowing news that Twitter is now undertaking the major step on the route to what a lot of Twitter users hope is renewed success for the platform, of revamping it all over again. That sounds dramatic, but it does look like Twitter will be visibly different in the near future. It can mean the end of Twitter, or its renewed success as a social media platform. In short, will it turn out like Myspace or Yahoo!, or will it get back its status as a profitable and enjoyable user service.
.I am obviously on Twitter and I enjoy it. In case you need to find me on Twitter, you can here:
What’s more, I am sharing a link to an article which explains the change which is happening. I hope if you have any interest in Twitter, you look at it and see what’s in store. It would be a gigantic bummer if Twitter failed in terms of the big picture and while I doubt the eBook market on Twitter will ever again be lucrative, I do hope Twitter stays alive and well. If you’re not on Twitter, maybe you should consider joining in the near future. It can be a lot of fun. I am firing this post off because of the excitement that goes with an announcement of this kind, and if you do find it relevant, which I hope a few do, apart from everyone else talking about what’s coming on Twitter, you’re welcome to, “like,” “follow,” and/or “comment” this blog post. Thank you for noticing, and all the best to you, whatever you do, in your personal life, and in business.