Elon Musk And Mark

In a recent Twitter exchange, tech giants Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg engaged in a playful yet pointed back-and-forth. It all started when the Twitter boss commented on Zuckerberg’s new product, Threads. The Twitter boss hinted that Mr. Zuckerberg seemed indifferent to his creation, noting that he hadn’t posted on the app in six days.

However, within just 24 hours of that remark, Zuckerberg surprised everyone by posting a picture of himself surfing on a lake with the caption, “Calm morning on the lake before another big week ahead.” This prompted Musk to humorously comment, “He’s really burning the midnight oil lol.”

As per a user, the Twitter boss has been putting in extensive hours, often working late into the night with commendable dedication and work ethic. Users have noticed his efforts and expressed their admiration for his commitment to delivering quality work and meeting deadlines. Nevertheless, some users have decided to uninstall the Threads app, while others find it captivating.

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Beyond the light-hearted banter, Musk also shared some concerning news about Twitter’s finances. Since Musk’s acquisition of the platform for a staggering $44 billion in the previous year, Twitter has experienced a significant decline in advertising revenue, losing almost half of its income. Musk acknowledged the company’s negative cash flow due to this revenue drop and a substantial debt load. He emphasized the need to achieve positive cash flow before addressing other matters.

Under Musk’s leadership, Twitter has undergone various changes. One of the recent measures taken was limiting the number of tweets verified accounts can read daily to 10,000, in response to data scraping and system manipulation by third-party platforms. Non-verified users now have a limit of 1,000 tweets per day, while new unverified accounts are limited to 500 tweets. Additionally, TweetDeck, a popular program for managing multiple accounts, will be exclusive to verified users starting next month.

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Interestingly, Twitter’s rival, Threads, an app launched by Meta (Facebook’s parent company), has made an impressive start, gaining over 100 million users within its first five days. This further intensifies the competition between Twitter and Meta in the social media landscape.

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As the battle for user attention continues, it will be interesting to see how both platforms evolve and adapt to meet the ever-changing demands of their global audience.

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