Twitter Inc (TWTR)’s 8 Promises Will Satisfy Angry Investors?


Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR) is going through a bad time lately. The company is trying with multiple ventures and strategies. Executives and important developers are leaving the company amid the lack of focus. Today was the first day of Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR)’s session with investors. Social media company’s investors came up with some doubts and confusions about the long term company strategy and management. But Twitter’s CEO Dick Costolo worked day and night to craft some promises and future scenario to cheer up investors. The company threw a long list of promises to the confused investors and said that it is working on a number of innovative features which will bring back the happy days. In an article on Bloomberg, Sarah Frier mentioned some of the important points and promises that depict the Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR)’s future strategy.

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The company will make it possible to sift through famous accounts and tweets without any need to follow it. But this feature leaves many questions about privacy which were left unanswered by the company. Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR) will launch an application which will allow the users to edit, share and make videos on the platform. Then there will be a section which will show you the most important tweets posted since your last login, so that you can quickly sift through the important happenings from around the world. More than 125 million people end of somehow on Twitter’s homepage every month but don’t login or sign up. Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR) is going to make changes to this page next week.

All these features and minutes changes to interface cannot bring cash and revenue for Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR). Investors are looking for stability, innovation and streamlining of focus, which is yet to be seen in the company. The source quoted Brian Wieser, an analyst at Pivotal Research, who thinks that it is not possible to predict that Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR)  will be able to succeed with these features.

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