The History of the Internet

Twitter arrived on the scene of Internet marketing in 2007 mainly. But never, in principle, be considered for use for advertising purposes, but to keep in touch with friends. However, it has become a popular tool for use with the markeing. In fact, most people who use Twitter are using it daily and several times a day. The basic structure is the Twitter micro-blogging.

Micro-blogging is a form of multimedia blogs that allows users to send short text messages or micro-media such as photos or audio and video clips. Twitter is a site with a specific question: "What are you doing?" Users tend to answer this question in hundreds of thousands of ways and send a 140 character message to all the people who follow their tweets. It's that simple, just share messages, read others, and send yours. Twitter was founded in March 2006 by Jack Dorsey, Evan Williams and Biz Stone. But the real story surrounding how Twitter has developed mainly by Jack Dorsey and his career through the years. Jack worked as a software developer, especially in developing software for courier and realized how, in the various businesses, with the software and the main office can track their services, in essence, employees had to report what they were doing at that time.

So he always had control of their business in their hands. Basically, that Twitter has become a mixture of three different things. A mailing software. Instant messaging Text Messages With the coupling of these three elements is possible to do many things with text messages. The news spreads wildfire on Twitter friends are able to generate a meeting in seconds, and sellers are able to instantly share their new ideas or ventures with each and every one of your existing or potential customers. For many, this does not show the value and sometimes also suffers Twitter critical. In fact, Twitter is a very useful tool, provided you have the contacts who cares what they have to say or can benefit from receiving information from you. For sellers, the service is generally used for dissemination products URL in its various pages. Many people have since developed various applications for managing the features of Twitter and automate processes to help management. These applications can be used for many different tasks on Twitter usually called "dirty work" if you are a seller. Some of the features you need are, creating unlimited accounts, management of all your accounts with the click of a button, the auto-tracking targeted keywords, auto-unfollow of those who do not want segurle, auto-tweets across multiple accounts, direct messages to all followers, the automatic communication of Twitter trends for each category, and some can even operate their accounts Twitter anonymously through a proxy. Sadly, most of Twitter applications and management tools can not do all this and very few can offer a one-stop solution for all your Twitter needs.