What if historical figures had twitter

Twitter is a popular social networking service used extensively by the world’s celebrities. If historical figures had Twitter, we would probably be able to follow many of them on the social network. There’s even a special fun feature if historical figures had twitter, to help you have fun and check out the meanings of some of the famous personalities. In this article we’ll also talk about the peculiarities of this social networking site.

Twitter is blurring boundaries

Ordinary users can communicate directly with world leaders and brands, or follow their discussions and feel connected to something important and global.

Twitter follows trends

One of Twitter’s greatest strengths is the trend following functionality. The Twitter Trend option is customisable – you can change and customise it to your liking. If, for example, you’re promoting a business for a particular region, you can set up a trend feed specifically for that region. This way, you are always aware of what is relevant to your target audience.

Twitter has an instantly updatable feed

A key feature of Twitter is the instantly-updating timeline (the most frequently updated of all the social networks). So the In case you missed it feature is very useful. If your news is relevant, it will be shown as relevant to most users, no matter how many tweets are retweeted.

Twitter is brief

On the social network, almost all tweets (posts) are very short at 1-2 sentences. In the autumn of 2017, Twitter expanded features and allowed tweets up to 280 characters, but everyone still uses short posts. This is due to the high speed of the feed: due to instant updates, the user only has time to read the short posts from each news item.

Twitter began its resurgence with the emergence of the “anomalous” Donald Trump case. Simultaneously with the presidential campaign in America, there were a number of other world events that galvanised the social network. Events and discussions piled on top of each other like a snowball, and the number of users grew exponentially. Such events draw a lot of attention to social media and Twitter became even more popular because of it.

If we had Twitter, our history might change. After all, social media is not only a way to share important information, but it is also an opportunity to influence people’s opinions, share new discoveries, and change the course of history.