Differences between the effectiveness of Twitter and YouTube

I haven’t debuted yet as a YouTuber, and I don’t think I will anytime soon, but nevertheless I should like to say there will have a slight possibility. Anyway, what are the differences between Twitter and YouTube?

First, they have essentially different orientations in terms of targeting audiences and purposes. Twitterers are mainly trying to obtain more proactive players, like-minded counterparts who tend to get involved in more interactions. In contrast, YouTubers are seeking for more audiences who are not necessarily prone to be active players but rather a tv-addict or busy business person.

I prefer Twitter. Why? Because I am specifically seeking for proactive players or like-minded counterparts such as English teachers, learners or any other related people. It’s really fun and stimulating when I’m flicking through a deluge of tweets every morning, or sometimes throughout the day. I am also tweeting a few times a day, at the very least. And, I wanna see how my followers or other twitterers are possibly reacting to my tweets, no matter what. I’m enormously enjoying Twitter.

How about YouTube? Should I think of debuting as a YouTuber in future? It depends. But definitely, I am interested in the realm of YouTuberal profession. I have some favourite YouTube channels, of course. I will try to learn some specific skills from them, and although it is less likely, I wanna take into account the possibility of debuting as YouTuber this year. In the meantime, I will try to do a lot of PR when it comes to my own small English and consulting business.

Should you have any query or concerns about your English learning, examination, uni assignment, or even Visa, future study-abroad plan, please don’t hesitate to send me a message or leave your comments here.

Thank you all,

Have a good one!

Published by Masato Kawaguchi

I am an English entrepreneur here in Australia. I've been teaching the PTE exam for the last 2 years or so, now mainly general English online.

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