Zero Percent of People Would Pay For Twitter


In an absolutely shocking survey that will forever alter the way human beings relate to each other, USC’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism’s 2010 Digital Future Study discovered that a whopping zero percent of participants would consider paying for a service like Twitter. And that’s just one of the many kick in the balls to “new media” brought to light by the survey. It also found that 70% of participants find online advertisements annoying and 50% never click on advertisements. Good luck making money now, social media dweebs!