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I use Twitter much more than Facebook. I like scanning info on Twitter – fast, easy; Facebook seems bulky, intrusive.
Hi Sarah (and Mike)
Thanks for the poll. Perhaps a more insightful followup question might be, How many links in Tweets do you click? Because ultimately, a big part of Twitter is pushing people out past the 140 character universe into a more fulsome discussion. Just a thought.
Hi Sarah, went ahead and filled out the Twitter survey, hope it helps you out!
Filled out the survey and checked out your site. I love the layout.
Is it just me, or is 20 a high upper limit for the first option? I would think there are a lot of casual users who just jump on there for a bit, skim through several tweets, but only read a few. Then again, I guess this is more aimed at PR professionals.
I would feel you will find a whole lot of informal users who just leap on there for somewhat, skim by way of numerous tweets, but only read a few.
Is it just me, or is 20 a high upper limit for that very first alternative? I would believe you can find quite a bit of informal customers who just jump on there for somewhat, skim via numerous tweets, but only read a couple of. Then again, I guess this can be additional geared toward PR experts.
I could only manage to read 40-60 tweets a day. A bit cumbersome to back read all entire tweets you missed!
The average active twitter tweets around 5 or 6 times per day.
Personally, i’ll ready maximum 20 to 25 Tweets per day.
I tweet anywhere from 1-5 times a day. I’m actually surprised at the info I can find on Twitter sometimes…
i am very new to twitter as well on internet marketing, so currently daily i’ll read around more than 50 Tweets.
I don’t see the link to the survey anymore but I would say around 15-20 tweets a day is what I get.