Marketing Junto | Twitter Should Be Federated

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Marketing Junto | Twitter Should be Federated

The saga of Twitter keeps getting more and more interesting with the potential acquisition of the social media site by tech titan Elon Musk on the rocks and on hold. This proves that Twitter should be open sourced/federated and should become a backbone instead of a standalone service. So many journalists, pundits, marketers, and people in general rely on the network not just for pity remarks and jokes, but for real information and dissemination.

I recently said I was moving most of my “Tweeting” to Mastodon (it’s called tooting over there), but the utility of Twitter is still so strong that I keep going back and poking around.

What will happen to the social network? Only time will tell. And we’ll all be watching with bated breath.

What do you think? Hit that reply button and let me know.

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