On this day, 10 years ago, a Tweet was sent out for the very first time.
just setting up my twttr
— jack (@jack) March 21, 2006
It marked the beginning of an incredible story, one written by millions of people together, every day, all over the world.
Twitter was born 10 years ago. Already 10 years, amazing! And the company knows where it came from, what challenges it still has to face, but above all, Twitter knows it cannot survive without its users, without us. And Twitter is grateful:
[quote]Throughout the years, you’ve made Twitter what it is today and you’re shaping what it will be in the future. Thank you for making history, driving change, lifting each other up and laughing together every day.[/quote]
Throughout the years, Twitter has been the platform who helped people share the important moments of our recent history, it helped convey strong messages driving change, but it also was there to simply make us realise we belong to a strong worldwide community which will be there when we need them.
If you like our stories, there is an easy way to stay updated:
And for publishers like us, Twitter has always been a great platform to reach out to all of you.
So, from all of us here at @WeRSM, thank you Twitter, it’s been awesome! #LoveTwitter
Starting in 🇦🇺 on 3/21 and moving across the 🌍, we thank you for 10 incredible years.
— Twitter (@twitter) March 20, 2016
Oh, and if you add the hashtag #LoveTwitter in your tweets, it will add a little heart and a little Larry (Twitter icon) in your tweets. Cute.
Twitter Is (Already) 10 Years Old – #LoveTwitter https://t.co/GwUhk38Hlh via @WeRSM
— Geoff Desreumaux (@Geoffdx) March 21, 2016
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