In this week’s digest, are a few articles that caught my attention this past week. I highlight an article on how editing tweets will work and other posts I think will be of benefit to you.
Tip of the Week“Don’t be afraid to get creative and experiment with your marketing.” - Mike Volpe Click To Tweet
The Next Wave of ‘Unicorn’ Start-Ups
One of the questions I get very often is what legitimate online business opportunities are available. If you’ve been thinking along that line, then this article might be what you need. The article highlights many tech start-ups that became ‘unicorns’.
Many of these companies built global empires by merely taking existing businesses — like taxis, food delivery and hotels — and making them mobile. Now, many of the promising start-ups that may become the next unicorns mostly focus on software for specific industries like farms, banks and life sciences companies.
Read the full article here.
- Top 10 Legitimate Online Business Opportunities in Nigeria
- The Advantages and Disadvantages of an E-Business
Why You Should Care
Who knows, maybe someday that business idea that you have been nursing may become a unicorn too!
Twitter CEO Hints at How Editing Tweets Would Work
Twitter basis its functionality on SMS and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey explains that this is the reason why the company didn’t incorporate an edit function into the platform. “Once you send a text, you can’t take it back. So when you send a tweet, it goes to the world instantaneously. You can’t take it back.” – Jack Dorsey
Read the full article here to learn more about how the proposed edit function might work.
- The Best Questions to Help You Discover Your Goal on Twitter
- Twitter’s Increase to 280 Characters and Your Brand
- How to use Twitter for Customer Service
- Is Twitter Really for You?
Why You Should Care
Have you ever sent out a tweet and noticed moments later that there was a typo! At that moment your heart pounds and you wish you can edit the damn thing before anyone sees it.
Then it dawns on you that Twitter doesn’t have an edit button. So you opt to delete the damn tweet. But before you can say, Jack, someone has already liked it, or worse retweeted it.
According to this article, having an edit function on Twitter is not as easy as you might think.
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