Most of the time when I am trying to login in my account they shows error while or “fish” image that they are not available. I know twitter gets lots of user but them also earning good amount of money from their branding. I think twitter should find some way to keep it smooth functioning.
What do you think?
Your reply appreciated.
Yes, Twitter does get full, lol and does give that 'busy' sign or whatever it is but I wouldn't worry too much. Least you can log in when traffic isn't at peak levels
Ha, they are down a lot. However, they have such a massive amount of traffic hitting them all day, it is not too surprising. Especially since they don't have a super effective revenue stream, unless those somewhat recent changes they made have been really paying off.
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