Twitter, the network of so called “tweets”, is struggling with their popularity on the internet.
A few years ago in 2013 Twitter was valued $40 billion, but now they are only valued $10 billion.
This could be caused by fundamental changes to the timeline on Twitter as well as the fact that the tweets no longer can be as long as they could earlier on in 2013.
Maybe Twitter should go back to “the old days” making Twitter more accessible for mainstream users?
Wedbush Securities analyst Michael Pachter expects user growth to be stagnant again when Twitter announces fourth-quarter earnings on Wednesday according to USAtoday.com.
“Twitter remains difficult to use relative to its peers and a solution does not appear to be imminent,” he wrote in a research report.