Twitter swivel!

Twitter being the one of most complicated sites to use, has demarcated its user’s roles to just following celebrities, checking out current news, but not inverterating into tweeting real life events by the hordes. Sure we open facebook every 15 minutes to check out on people and current affairs but we hardly bother to login into our twitter accounts, or linkedin accounts, the reason again it being the more contributive and adaptive as compared to other sites. Looking into the matter twitter has tried to catch up with the audience who just stumble upon twitter for some ritzy news! 
now when you open Twitter homepage, they will show you the top tweets across various categories without requiring you to sign up. These tweets have formed their own separate categories, and we can access them through direct links. Categories like sports, cinemas, politics, bollywood, science, fiction, literature and many more have been set up. 
Though these links are not accessible to users logged in, but still this change might turn out to be a major traffic boosting tactic.
some of these links include:
And you may browse for more categories!

Published by Jasmeet

A Marketing professional, hobbyist food blogger and a social media influencer. Loves to write and design.

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