Monthly Archives: January 2016

The End of Twitter

The End of Twitter

Courtesy of the New Yorker: Twitter might rebound in the wake of Jack Dorsey’s reappointment as C.E.O., but the service is still in trouble. It wasn’t that long ago that I—and many other people I know—would have argued that Twitter was more than just another social network. I would have told you that Twitter was […]

Twitter’s US users fall by a third in two years – report

Twitter’s US users fall by a third in two years – report

Courtesy of the Guardian: Social network has suffered from stagnating users, according to figures it publically reveals, but third-party data suggests that the real story is worse still. Twitter’s American userbase may have fallen by a third over the past two years, according to figures from third-party analytics firm 7Park Data. The figures contradict Twitter’s […]

How Jack Dorsey Can Recruit Top Talent to Twitter

How Jack Dorsey Can Recruit Top Talent to Twitter

Courtesy of INC.: After its recent shakeup, Twitter needs to give job candidates a place to grow, says the recruiter who introduced Tim Cook to Steve Jobs. Think vision, not chateaubriand. In Silicon Valley’s talent war, nothing succeeds like excess.  Free fitness classes, luxury shuttle services, on-site massage therapy–there’s almost no perk some well-funded startup isn’t […]