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Facebook vs Twitter

Which account is worth more money to you: Facebook or Twitter? Which account generates more leads/traffic or income for your site?

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robertman11

I like Facebook so much more than twitter but twitter actually generates more clicks that convert.



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angie828

I have never cared much for twitter, so FB is much more valuable to me.



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Ophelia

I love Facebook but it's harder to get people to click through my links and interact on my page. They just want to stay on Facebook.



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ralph101

Facebook. Twitter is alright but not something that I have had much success with.



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anika4545

I think Facebook is more valuable then Twitter.



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MikeQ

I also like to use Facebook over Twitter, however both are good social sites I would say.



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angie828

I also like to use Facebook over Twitter, however both are good social sites I would say.
Both are good if you know how to use them. Some do not know how to use twitter very well though,



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priya

I've always believed that facebook has more to offer than twitter. The simple reason is that twitter allows you share only 140 characters but in fb you can post your life ;)



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tangee

I think that they both do the same for me. I like the way fb is set up with so much ease but also enjoy tweeting from time to time.



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evie

I like fb better. Twitter has never really been my strong suit.



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Unboxed

I would defiantly have to say Facebook. Easier for users to use, better wall posts, unique business pages and stores, more users online and the average user stays on Facebook longer in a day than on Twitter. Twitter limits your connections to little splurts while Facebook allows you to post as much junk as you desire.



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Corzhens

When it comes to marketing, I think Facebook and Twitter are dead-even in effectiveness. But if you are creative enough, Facebook can give you an advantage with its facilities of Facebook Page and Facebook Group. It is like building up your own network with a good choice of people who are related to your niche. And when you are able to gather enough members to your network then it is a breeze to promote your business interest. With Twitter, you just have to rely on the re-tweets.



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