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(Revised from original 2010 version)
Twitter is a micro-blogging company that allows users to send short text updates to others. The site is used by people, including celebrities, government officials, and businesses. It helps to raise money for non-profit organizations and provides first-responders with information during a natural disaster. Even though almost 10 million people visited the site in early 2009, the site had no strategy for monetizing the traffic. The case allows students to examine potential monetization strategies for Twitter.
Growth and Development Strategy;
Social and Collaborative Networks;
Piskorski, Mikolaj Jan, David Chen, and Bill Heil. "Twitter." Harvard Business School Case 710-455, February 2013. (Revised from original January 2010 version.)