I think once the ad sharing platform is in place, you'll see more clever/recommendation apps around products and services. Being able to create/project a revenue stream, with low barrier to entry (simply tying into the ad platform like AdSense), seems like it would create a business-as-usual environment and market players at all levels would be building around.
On Wed, Apr 7, 2010 at 11:53 AM, Mike Champion <mike.champ...@gmail.com>wrote: > Yeah, interesting post form Fred, especially coming a week before > Chirp. > > Are there classes of "killer apps" that should be built but haven't > been? I left a comment on his blog that I would love an app that > somehow aggregated the recommendations from my twitter stream for > things like books, music, movies, etc. I tend to trust social > recommendations often times more than algorithmic ones. > > And I certainly expect more and more great apps will be built around > data mining the tweet stream and the streaming API. > > What would have to change for there to be 10X the number of (quality) > Twitter apps as there are now? A simpler way to make money? More > success stories? A fund for Twitter app developers? Changes/maturity > in the Twitter platform? > > I'd be curious to hear what folks think. > > Cheers, > > -mike > -- > Mike Champion > Engineering Lead > http://oneforty.com > > > On Apr 7, 12:12 pm, Chad Etzel <jazzyc...@gmail.com> wrote: > > As dougw pointed out, a timely article: > > > > http://www.avc.com/a_vc/2010/04/the-twitter-platform.html > > > > Chad > > > -- > To unsubscribe, reply using "remove me" as the subject. >