Brands to Pay Twitter Tax
Marketing Magazine recently spoke to Biz Stone, one of the cofounders of Twitter, who acknowledged the fact the Twitter was looking for ways to work with brands for a fee so that these brands can offer an enhanced experience to Twitter users. ‘We are noticing more companies using Twitter and individuals following them. We can identify ways to make this experience even more valuable and charge for commercial accounts.
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According to TechCrunch Dell is one brand that has claimed that it makes money on Twitter, having made a million dollars on Twitter during the holidays. Infact TechCrunch has another story on how Dell is setting up a Twitterstore front, Dell Outlet , waiting to give out discount coupons to its 11,000 customers who use Twitter. Mashable has a compilation on 40 brands who have a good presence on Twitter.