If you have ever wanted to tell Twitter how you feel about its 200 million-member social network, now is the time to do it. Twitter’s Executive Chairman Jack Dorsey tweeted questions Wednesday to attract feedback on the five-year-old service.
A lot has changed since Twitter launched in 2006. To put things into perspective — within the past two months alone — Twitter has:
- Retired old Twitter and replaced it with a multimedia enhanced new version;
- Rolled out an activity stream and Web Analytics;
- Added a reply-to-a-user field and image galleries to profile pages;
- Expanded to more languages;
- Began selling political advertisements;
- And launched an advertising blog and ad-related Twitter account.
Earlier this year, Twitter introduced a new version of its homepage with a sleeker design and revamped pitch to potential users; expanded its Local Trends feature to 70 more cities and countries; and updated its search tool to make it easier to find new people to follow.
Dorsey’s all ears (or shall we say, Twears?) now. What praise, gripes or suggestions do you have for Twitter’s inventor?
If you tweet him, leave us a link to your tweet in the comments. We’ll put your best responses in the collection already assembled below.
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