Why does Twitter suck? | Twitter’s biggest mistake

We’ve covered the problem with Twitter, the social network that’s so popular with people it has its own Wikipedia page.

That Wikipedia page is, in fact, a parody of Twitter’s own site.

But Twitter’s main problems are more serious than that.

For one thing, Twitter’s users aren’t very interested in its social network, even though its users are, in general, the most vocal users in the world. 

It’s not just that Twitter doesn’t give users anything interesting to do, like read or follow.

It’s that Twitter is so bad at making users feel engaged with the things they want to do on the social networking site that it doesn’t seem like the most engaging way to communicate. 

A study conducted by the University of Texas at Austin found that users were only engaged in four percent of tweets when they weren’t following their favorite celebrities. 

Another study, conducted by Princeton University, found that Twitter’s most popular celebrities were retweeting only 15 percent of their followers. 

And the company’s own users are less than the average user in most of the world, according to the Pew Research Center, which analyzed the social media data of more than 3,500 countries in the last decade. 

Twitter’s user base is a mix of people who are interested in the company and people who want to be the first to know about what’s going on. 

But the company isn’t really good at communicating that it’s interested in them. 

One reason Twitter’s userbase is so small is because people don’t feel engaged enough to keep up with the company.

“If I have a friend, they have an account, and they like to follow me, but I’m not following them,” says K.S. Ramesh, a social media consultant and founder of Startup Insights.

“It’s like, ‘Well, what’s the point?’

And they just say, ‘Oh, I’m just going to follow this person.’

And that’s a pretty bad response to what Twitter is trying to do.

It needs to do more of that.

It really needs to make a more social, more interactive experience for people.”