When you first joined Twitter, you might have been asked to type in your account name and password to login.
You’d have to type that in and hit enter, and you’d have no way to access your profile or followers.
Then you’d be prompted to sign up for Twitter Plus, which lets you create your own accounts, as well as get access to all the premium features of the service.
In 2017, the company made changes to the way Twitter handles its business.
Starting with the introduction of the premium account, which allows you to create accounts and manage your followers, Twitter also added an option to “follow up” on your followers.
And while this feature lets you see who’s following you, it’s not the only way you can get more information about who’s followed you.
The company is also allowing you to follow up on “unfollowers” and to “predict” when followers will leave your account.
The idea is that you can track who’s being followed and who is not.
But it’s an entirely different story when you start getting into the business of marketing.
“It’s not a new concept to have a follower base,” said Mark Pincus, a professor at the Kellogg School of Management.
“If you can’t really monetize that, you have to do other things to grow your audience.”
But while Twitter has allowed businesses to do more than just monetize a small subset of its users, the platform still has a lot of work to do when it comes to the business world.
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