Logging into Twitter is a different experience now. It has really changed for better. Look at the picture posted above, that greeted me when I opened this social networking site to tweet this Tuesday morning.
Truly, my association with Twitter is growing. Are you on Twitter? My handle is @neerajbhushan. Let’s connect there, too. One of my articles on Twitter was published by webportal Bharat Bolega. You may click here to read – ‘Bhaagte Zamaaney Ka Bhompoo’. Now, Twitter has a new design too. Take a look.
You may also watch the two videos below if you aren’t on Twitter, still. Remember, to post your own Tweet then. Yes, you can post links to images, videos, or web URLs in your 140-character message, and also add location if you want to show users where you are.
Come on. Find and follow people whose Tweets might interest you. Browse tailored recommendations on the who to follow page, find friends using your address book, or browse categories of popular accounts.
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Hi, Neeraj, you observe Twitter growing in India? What about Facebook and LinkedIn? Or SiliconIndia?
What are the most popular social networks in India according to you?
Hi Paula. Thanks for writing. All the social networks (or even the Internet, strictly speaking) is limited to just 10 per cent population in India. Mobile use in social networking is growing though. But even there, speed is a big factor that is preventing faster growth.
But all said and done. it’s Facebook that is catching fast here in this part of Asia. Twitter, Linkedin or SiliconIndia are restricted to intellectuals and professionals, mostly.
The ‘thank-you’ is on my side.