Remember previous Tweets Per Second (TPS) Twitter record made by Japanese Twitter lovers on their victory against Denmark in football world cup 2010? Well that has become a history now – as this year’s Super Bowl event has so damn loved that a new record of 4,064 Tweets per second (TPS) has been set for any sports even. Twitter Blog recently told this big news and that lead me to think about next TPS record for any sports event 😛 . But still this couldn’t break the overall TPS record which was also set by Japanese during this new year’s eve.
The concept of global village where helped making countries and continents as a single virtual entity, there it also opened new horizons for companies to sell products and services around the globe. Internet is one of the most powerful tools or modes for marketing these days. Internet market refers to a broad concept which encapsulates different techniques in itself such as online marketing, email marketing, web marketing, and all other tools which are used for marketing of one’s goods or services on internet.
Since so long people kept talking about NewTwitter and eventually made this redesign as one of the most impatiently waited and wanted design updates for any social media platform. When came many users liked it, while some including me too, didn’t like it as thought. Anyhow a latest update from Twitter blog mentions another awesome feature of NewTwitter specially for those users who access Twitter from Mac machines using Twitter for Mac.
Remember Japan’s victory against Denmark in last summer football worldcup when Twitter got new record of 3,283 Tweets Per Second (TPS). Not so surprisingly on new year evening, again Japanese set a new record – 6939 Tweets Per Second (TPS). Wow, its with big margin and well enough to declare Japanese a Twitter-Crazy nation!
Until the world was not declared as a global village, traditional and old marketing tools were used such as radio voice ads, TV visual ads, and newspaper ads. Products were advertised and promoted within cities or maximum within that country. Suddenly the era changed with the boom of internet and businesses got new horizons and business boundary concept diminished.