Twitter Earns Dell $6.5 Million in Sales
PC retail giant Dell has confirmed that Twitter has contributed $6.5 Million in sales to the company's total revenue since it first began Tweeting 2 years ago.
PC retail giant Dell has confirmed that Twitter has contributed $6.5 Million in sales to the company’s total revenue, since it first began Tweeting 2 years ago – that’s about $3.25 million annually. While it may not seem like a significant revenue stream – in light of Dell’s $61 Billion in sales during 2008 alone – it does represent an incremental revenue stream generated with a minimal investment. As proposed by Fast Company,
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