Twitter is scattered. According to Shin, the problem for Twitter is that it has multiple video experiences, including Periscope and Twitter Video, and it needs to merge them better. Facebook has done such a masterful job – even if a video isn't from Facebook… if it's a YouTube link or a video from – creating a [seamless] user experience [and] by merging it into the newsfeed. redesigned its Discover and Live Story interfaces to make it more meaningful, but Twitter has the problem that it's scattered. If they can pull it together into one viewing experience, the live will work so much better. Advertising Continue reading below Additionally, Watson noted that while Periscope integration means any Twitter user can potentially discover content, there is still a distinction between a Periscope follower and a Twitter follower.
It's a great platform from a product fax list perspective, and it has some great features that might give it an edge from an experience perspective, but it doesn't matter if you don't find users, said Watson. No creator wants to create for an audience of no one or a small audience and certainly users won't be looking for creators. 'It won't be a winner and everyone dies' In terms of race handicap, Jarboe gave chances to what he called the Big Three – Facebook, YouTube and Twitter – but he also noted that there was room in the market for all of them. . Yeah, one may have more market share than another, but I don't see it as doing one thing and ignoring the others. and weaknesses and ultimately what they want to do is master the skill set to take advantage of live streaming generally on the platform [ that they] possess at that time or that works in those circumstances when used in that situation, he said. It will not be a winner and everyone dies.