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Twitter Prepares IPO, Facebook Pain In Mind
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Cara Latham
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9/13/2013 | 6:48:03 PM
re: Twitter Prepares IPO, Facebook Pain In Mind
Does this mean the current user experience will decline in quality as users are bombarded with more ads -- similar to what happened with Facebook?
Thomas Claburn
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9/13/2013 | 4:51:56 PM
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Ads and data. It already brings in something like $500-$600 million in revenue annually.
RobPreston
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9/13/2013 | 1:50:51 PM
re: Twitter Prepares IPO, Facebook Pain In Mind
There's one big question: What is Twitter's path to profitability?
David F. Carr
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9/13/2013 | 1:44:41 PM
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Perhaps the Facebook experiment will moderate expectations for Twitter, giving them a better chance of living up to their billing.


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