Twitter is an American online news and social networking service on which users post and interact with messages known as “tweets”. Tweets were originally restricted to 140 characters, but on November 7, 2017, this limit was doubled for all languages except Chinese, Japanese, and Korean. It was founded on March 21, 2006, San Francisco, California, United States and the CEO + founder is Jack Dorsey.

Why I Love TWITTER - Areti Vassou

Twitter Protects The Truth

From breaking news and entertainment to sports and politics, we can get the full story with all the live commentary. Only in Twitter we can get all sides of an event. No matter how much trolls or automated robots are trying to twist the arm of the facts, in Twitter we still get the rough and unedit truth. And that’s the main reason, why I love and trust Twitter.

It’s the only Social Media channel where ethics meet digital technology. And even presidents are exposed as they truly are. Nowadays, everyone is aware that knowing is owning… Twitter gives free access to the right of knowing. And information equals to power. That protects the basic principles of human rights. Because when the people have access to any kind of information that affects their decisions, then it’s easier to evaluate which path to follow.

Twitter is Based on the Present

Real-time updates and comments make a huge difference for individuals and group of people or companies. Twitter timeline showcases the most recent and relevant events as they happen. The actual moment they happen!

And all people involved in an event can document the flow of events. It’s a kind of a universal thinking & feeling entity, in which all tweets composes a timeline and proof of evidence. It’s as real-time as social media can get. As situations unfold, one by one, tweet after tweet, users document the reality and how all involved parties react.

Twitter is the only social media channel that it’s growth is depending on the honesty, dignity and observation of real life. Users have the power to distinguish if a troll or a robot is trying to manipulate the public’s opinion. Don’t get me wrong, Twitter is earning money like all healthy companies, but still it’s mission remains to unveil the facts as they happen.

Twitter is an Upscale Search Machine

For example, you can search and monitor specific hashtags for your interests, companies, brands, conferences, events, opinions, politics, press releases and breaking news. For me and million of users, if it’s not in Twitter then it’s not real.

The relevancy factor is what drive users to seek information into Twitter. On the Internet, relevancy is pure gold. Twitter empowers this goal by offering free access to everyone. And users take advantage of that with real-time updates to stay in the know.

Twitter is a Powerful Hacking Tool

Have you ever tried to communicate with a political figure? But no one never answer your emails? Well, with Twitter the people have free access to everyone that has an active Twitter account. You can send a direct message to Presidents, CEOs, Mentors, Celebrities, Authors, Artists, Journalists, Leaders, Founders etc. Most of them are engaged with their followers in a regular base. You can get pieces of product information, reviews, advices, support and even direct updates for guidance regarding physical disasters.

Twitter is a powerful hacking tool and bends the odds on the favor of the users. A user can have the same value and influence with any public persona. There are number of cases, where one tweet, turned the tables and changed drastically an individual’s life.

Are you fond of Twitter like me? Share what you love most about Twitter and how you use it, in the comments below!

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