Jun 24 Posted 1 year ago
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Apr 15 Posted 2 years ago
It was only a matter of time before someone thought of this bright idea. Being able to embed music into tweets will be great! Plus it can be a direct route without having to fool with YouTube and adding extra windows.
Sadly, it still isn't allowing a sign in so it must have missed the Coachella weekend. That would have been so smart to do so because music was already getting a large amount of traffic. However, it isn't too long until another big music festival I'm sure where they can use that attention to attract people to sign in via #music.
I think it is really neat that you will be able to use your actual Twitter account on #music almost all the same way. You cannot get direct messages but you will be able to read your feed, see who follows you, and edit your profile.
Using music in your tweets will be a cool new thing I think not only music festival lovers will like but young teenagers, and even businesses. Businesses can somehow formulate a way to use #music to interact with their customers and draw attention to their social media platforms. Then, tons of people will use it for pleasure and learning about what new songs their friends are listening too.
Overall, I think #music will be a hit. It just needs to launch already so I can test it out.
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