Oct 7 Posted 1 year ago
That appears a little incomplete and narrow focussed with respect to the participants. Also, the assertion that someone is interesting because they have a large number of followers isn't necessarily accurate. Many celebrities tweet about the most innane fap yet still maintain a high number of followers. Beiber spits on people yet still has millions of fans.
Another key archetype I think you have missed is the specialists. There certainly are a number of tweeters whom prescribe to a particular ideology or interest. For example, most of the key tweeters you mentioned earlier, are tweeters about tweeting and SM.
Sure there are thousands of SM specialists on twitter, but there are also specialists for political movements, recreational pastimes, and, research and information. Obviously these are found by searching for particular hashtags.
Ultimately though, you also forgot the regular people. I find them much more intresting than the professionals. They just make conversation rather than giving you "10 reasons why your avatar may be losing you followers" and a link to a really really really important essential white paper. /sarcasm
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