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3/30/09

Would you pay to use Twiiter

Earlier this week, the Wall St. Journal reported that Twitter plans to sell premium features, mostly to businesses.

While there are no details on what exactly Twitter plans to offer, there is speculation that it could include a higher quality of service as well as analytics to gain information about traffic and users.

For individuals, Twitter said there are no fees on the horizon. That said, what would you be willing to pay to gain better service or more features from Twitter?

Would you pay for tools to find new followers more easily? If Twitter started to insert contextual advertising within live streams, would you be willing to pay to not have the advertising appear?

And is there anything you would want from Twitter that a third-party is already?

Find the rest of the article here and vote in the poll

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