Recently, Twitter has introduced its new CEO ---- Parag Agrawal, an Indian man who is very young, less than 40 years old.
This is his introduction from Wikipedia.
"Parag Agrawal (born 21 May 1984) is an Indian-American technology executive and the chief executive officer (CEO) of Twitter since November 2021. Agrawal joined Twitter as a software engineer in 2011 and became the chief technology officer in 2017. On 29 November 2021, Jack Dorsey announced that he was resigning as CEO of Twitter and that Agrawal was replacing him, with immediate effect.”
This news has proved along with the fact that Indian tech talents are becoming more powerful after the CEOs of Google and Microsoft were appointed to Indian talents.
As a social media giant, Twitter is successful from its first day on the market.
Before April 2020, Twitter still uses SMS messaging services in major markets.
The process goes like this: Twitter got a short code number from the operator. The users can create a new account by sending SMS messages.
For instance, let's assume Twitter's short code number is 17465. New users can send "JOIN" to this number, and Twitter will send back a message to the user, asking him or her to set up an account name. Then the user sends the account name to Twitter's short code number. If that name is valid, Twitter will send back a message to set up the password. Just like this, a new user account is set.
With the help of SMS messages, social apps can expand their market at a fast speed.
SMS messaging is a good way to take up the market within a short time.
Twitter was founded in March 2006. After 14 years, in 2020, it shut down its SMS messaging service in most of the countries due to security reasons.
As successful as Twitter, it uses the SMS messaging service for 14 years.
Besides creating new accounts, Twitter used SMS messages for notification. It sent SMS messages to notify its users of all kinds of news.
For example, to inform the user of new followers, retweets, new activities, etc.
SMS messaging has become a good way for Twitter to serve its users.
Even now, Twitter still uses SMS messaging for part of its service.
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