Without having to reach for my wallet, I’ve spoken to and met many interesting people who share the same passions that I do. I’ve also been able to keep in touch with old friends, find a new job, keep up to date with topics I’m interested in and use it as an important learning tool.
This is all very well and nice but when it really comes to the crunch, is Twitter actually worth paying for? Does it hold a cash value? For me, it’s a yes (that was blindingly obvious!).
Over to you. Considering it’s value, would you pay to use Twitter? I’m not talking management tools or applications – just purely being able to have an account through Twittter.com.
Possible factors that may influence your decision could be:
- the way in which you use Twitter
- the value and benefits that you gain
- how much it impacts on your personal life
- how much it impacts on your professional life
- the other options that are available to you
- how a payment structure would actually work
I know this is a hypothetical scenario, but it would be great to hear your views:
Would you pay to use Twitter?
If so, what is your reasoning?
Please let us know by leaving a comment below!
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