There may be as many as 257,000 girls on Twitter named Chivette. Does Twitter keep showing me them to follow because there is some money involved for Twitter? Or is 90% of Twitter activity girls named Chivette?I really want to know the answer. There is something going on here, it is web 3.0 or something. Are everybody's chats public now, like a reality TV show?I clicked the #Chivette hashtag, and I did not see anything that made any sense. Can someone explain what it is all about, so that I can use this new tool for whatever it does?True or False:a) thechive.com has 257,000 twitter accountsb) thechive.com pays twitterc) there are 257,000 girls who like thechive.com web site enough to call themselves Chivetted) thechive.com is sort of like a news outlet, sort of like theonion.com, and this is how all news outlets use twittere) the majority of twitter users are more business-oriented promotion, as contrasted against facebook which is personalf) most recommendations to follow people are like unpaid advertisements, unlike on facebook where you might want a friend g) there are people who actually watch twitter all day like a television as the tweets come uph) nobody watches all this garbage, twitter is 99% spami) all these girls name Chivette are waitresses or hookers or dj's or something, and they are using the Chivette brand to drive traffic to themselvesj) if I call myself Chivette and use the #chivette hashtag, immediately many people will see my tweets, until the brand is ruined and we all need a new hashtagk) you cannot actually use twitter to promote a new car or a sandwich, because people will only click on quotes about inner strength and cats and shiba inus and breakupsl) you can use twitter to promote a new car or a sandwich, if you tweet pictures of cats and shiba inu and wet tshirts under the name new_toyota_corolla_sandwich_deal_chivette#toyota #chivette #doge #no_money_down - is this the right (wrong) idea?QuoteStarting today, Twitter users can link their accounts to an Amazon account, and automatically add items to the shopping cart by responding to any tweet with an Amazon product link bearing the hashtag #AmazonCart. Customers never leave the Twitter feed, and the product is waiting for them when they head over to Amazon.People are going to sit and watch Tweets from Amazon all day? What are they going to sell, novelty tshirts worn by girls with big boobs? Have they at least tried banner ads?I tried selling tshirts on the web, and it did not work very well with Google adwords. Everyone who liked the tshirt clicked on the ad and shared it with their friends, so I paid for a million clicks from rofl dipshits with no credit cards.
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