Twitter is putting its own little twist on its first earnings call as a public company.
Alongside the call, which is planned for February 5th at 2PM PT, Twitter says it will also field questions from Twitter users via the #TWTRearnings hashtag.
The move is both fitting and a tad predictable for Twitter, which users already flock to follow and comment on major events. Really, it would be more strange if Twitter didn’t do a Twitter-based Q&A.
One thing that’s not clear? How much time Twitter will devote to public questions compared to those from investors and analysts. It’s also hard to say how useful user questions are going to be.
All of this is a big deal for Twitter, a company that’s watched its stock price dip recently after a dizzying post-IPO run. (The company’s price now sits at roughly $63, almost three times its initial price.)
So how did Twitter do in its first quarter? We’ll know soon enough.
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