Twitter’s changes fall flat with revenue forecast

The social media platform has struggled to gain and retain users and bolster its ad offerings. Even though people have seemingly embraced its new timeline, eMarketer says Twitter’s profits are still declining. 

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Starting in 🇦🇺 on 3/21 and moving across the 🌍, we thank you for 10 incredible years. Love, Twitter#LoveTwitter

— Twitter (@twitter) March 20, 2016

One change that will not be occurring, however, is a move away from the platform’s 140-character tweet limit.

Twitter’s chief, Jack Dorsey, told NBC’s “Today” that it will be sticking to its signature format and not extending to a 10,000 character limit, as was previously speculated.

The company did mess with its timeline recently.

Last month, Twitter announced that it had launched “an improved timeline for consumers and brands.” It was a move that upset many users, who preferred the service’s reverse-chronological approach. The hashtag #RIPTwitter trended as users released their criticism.

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