July 27, 2010 1 Comment
A new study from the Center for Digital Future at USC‘s (University of Southern California) Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism found that 49% of respondents have used free micro-blog sites like Twitter — but 0% of those polled said they would pay to use Twitter.
Twitter has no plan to charge its users, but this result illustrates, beyond any doubt, the tremendous problem of transforming free users into paying users.
This means that online providers still face major challenges to get customers to pay for services they now receive for free. Did you hear that Mr. Warren Buffett? You can’t charge for content! Read more of this post