How Twitter Built User Habits

Josh Elman – early product lead at Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn and Venture Capital Partner at Greylock Partners

Quick Tip 1

You need to know who your users are and what they want — Twitter found that their users are those who want to know what’s going on in their world.

Quick Tip 2

FOMO is one key factors driving someone to be on Twitter

Quick Tip 3

Ask your data–See where dropoffs are occurring and try to discover which users are sticky and which aren’t.

  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn
  • Facebook
  • Hacker News

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