Which Do You Prefer? Facebook Or Twitter?
Facebook, launched in February 2004, drew 135.4 million unique visitors to its site in April 2010 for a whopping 3.2 billion total visits, according to Compete. Twitter, launched in March 2006, lured 21.5 million unique visitors in April 2010 for 147.4 million total visits. Via Networkworld
Facebook or Twitter. If you were to choose between the two, which one would you prefer to stick to. Everyone is vying for their share of your attention. And they have succeed at that for the past six years.
Facebook is the place to grow and nurture communities. It gives you the ability to know who is interested in your products and services (because they have opted in) and allows you to target that community. You can equally create and market your professional slate.
Twitter is all about messaging. Messages go to your followers, but are easily accessible by everyone. You can equally grow a community around your products and services. Your followers can stay updated about new information about your professional life and your services as well.
Twitter and Facebook are perfect for different purposes and target markets.
But the question is which of these companies can you not live without?