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Pardon the unholy assessment, but the compelling information is starting to flood the channels, about Twitter.

A. It's being compared to AOL at it's worst for client retention.
B. The revenue model is non existent.
C. Attrition on accounts is running 60%

So, how can any one, knowing that this medium, has the prognosis for failure, attempt to parlay a twitter verse approach, into book promotion.

Go figure.

The longer I live, the more fascinated I become. We should all live this long.

Me, I'm focusing on Google and Facebook, which are robust networks of people that seem to 'get it' about integrity.

Long Live the King. The King is dying.

Patrick

Check out the Google Books Online Readers' Edition report for a real conversion ratio that counts.

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Ok..here's a question for the scientist. Tweets are 80% 140 characters, on hand held devices. That means to 'click' on a Tweet, implies a computer based reader, that according to research, is only 20% of the Tweets. So using the old 80/20 rule, 20% of this Twitter volume is what this is riding on? Hmmm.

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