Found: A Business Model For Twitter!

Twitter isn’t exactly desperate for a revenue model — its founders have repeatedly said that growing their microblogging service and keeping it stable are their priorities. And we don’t think its investors are looking to give another go — the NYC-based dot-bomb disaster that promised free, one-hour delivery of anything in the U.S.

But we don’t think some sort of ecommerce play would be the worst possible Twitter business model. Perhaps they could take a fee for each coffee delivered after requests like these:

Internet maven Jason Calacanis, presumably from the Santa Monica “Park(ing) Day LA” event, which his Mahalo is involved with — in addition to other startups Causecast and ThisNext.

See Also:
Twitter’s Redesign: New Look, No Search?
Twitter CEO Dorsey: We’ll Figure Out A Business Model Later
It’s No Mirage: Twitter Uptime Vastly Improved

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