10+ Best Articles on Twitter
The most useful articles on twitter from around the web—beginners to advanced—curated by thought leaders and our community. We focus on timeless pieces and update the list whenever we discover new, must-read articles or videos—make sure to bookmark and revisit this page.
Top 5 Twitter Articles
At a glance: these are the articles that have been most read, shared, and saved on twitter by Refind users in 2023 so far.
- How To Be Successful
- How to Write a Twitter Bot in 5 Minutes
- Extremely Hardcore
- One person’s history of Twitter, from beginning to end
- Twitter’s potential collapse could wipe out vast records of recent human history
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How To Be Successful
I’ve observed thousands of founders and thought a lot about what it takes to make a huge amount of money or to create something important. Usually, people start off wanting the former and end up...
«Get good at “sales” Self-belief alone is not sufficient—you also have to be able to convince other people of what you believe.»
How to Start a Blog that Changes Your Life
I can’t guarantee following what worked for me will get you to the same place. But I can guarantee it will get you somewhere you never expected.
How to Write a Twitter Bot in 5 Minutes
Learn how you can create your own Twitter bots without writing a single line of code. The bots can favorite, retweet, reply tweets or even send DMs to users.
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Twitter is Fragmenting
People want to be fragmented now
God Did the World a Favor by Destroying Twitter
Remember what happened with the Tower of Babel? Same type of deal.
Twitter is showing everyone all of Elon’s tweets now
Your For You feed might look a little different.
Twitter’s potential collapse could wipe out vast records of recent human history
What happens when the world’s knowledge is held in a quasi-public square owned by a private company that could soon go out of business?
We’re witnessing the brain death of Twitter
An analysis of Musk’s tweets shows him at the center of conversations once kept on the fringes of Twitter.
These are some of the most-read long-form articles on twitter.
Three months, thousands of layoffs, one ego
Back to the Future of Twitter
Twitter should go private and return to its pre-2012 approach of being a centralized service with third-party clients.
The Spin Master Behind Facebook, Airbnb, and Silicon Valley As You Know It
For two and a half decades Margit Wennmachers has quietly shaped the public image of the world's hottest startups. Now she must reckon with the new era of big tech.
No, Elon and Jack are not “competitors.” They’re collaborating.
Wherein I attempt to clarify a number of ridiculous and false narratives currently taking hold about Musk and Dorsey’s “rivalry.”
One person’s history of Twitter, from beginning to end
At some point in 2006, or possibly late 2005, Noah Glass walked into our office all excited about something. That in itself isn’t news…
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Product of big government @ucla @ucberkeley | Prof Marketing @NYUStern | Right of Center-Left | #ProfGPod @PivotPod | Strategy Sprint @section_school
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General Partner @GVteam. I write @500ish & @reviewinhaiku. On the road w/ @msquinn 👩🏻 & @maisiesiegler 👧🏼 #GoBlue 〽️🍻
MIT Technology Review
Our in-depth reporting on innovation reveals and explains what’s really happening now to help you know what’s coming next. http://technologyreview.com/newsletters
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