Follow @bakadesuyo Via Harvard Business Review: Just how valuable are these proliferating 140-character messages? To find out, three researchers set up a website and asked 1,443 users to rate the quality of 43,738 tweets. They then ranked a subset (4,220) in eight categories.* Their most striking finding: Only 36% of tweets were “worth reading”—a lower number than you might expect, since Twitter users choose whom to follow. Follow me on Twitter here or get updates via email here. Related posts:
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