Who wouldn’t want to invest in that company? An internet platform run by a guy who doesn’t know what a server is, or an algorithm? And wouldn’t have the first clue how to hire people that do?
A publicly listed company? Why would he subject himself to that kind of scrutiny? https://t.co/8DSLkkOn9I— Bradley P. Moss (@BradMossEsq) October 21, 2021
The 203rd Rule of Acquisition:— Steve Vladeck (@steve_vladeck) October 21, 2021
"New customers are like razor-toothed gree-worms. They can be succulent, but sometimes they bite back." https://t.co/9bFJg8pl2u
If Trump doesn’t like what you say, you’re banned. Yeah, that’ll monetize well.
Trump's social network TRUTH Social has a rule banning "excessive use of capital letters": https://t.co/oeKykENxV7— Drew Harwell (@drewharwell) October 21, 2021
And the guy who runs the special-purpose acquisition company, Patrick Orlando, used to work at....@DeutscheBank.— David Enrich (@davidenrich) October 21, 2021
It does seem a bit more speculative than stepping up to the roulette table.
A social media service is not something you buy at hardware store, plug in and you’re up and running the same day. Even when your technology is up , it takes time to acquire users. Normally a service goes to Walll Street we’ll after it has been setup, not other way around— Jean-François Mezei (@jfmezei) October 21, 2021
Their TOS are literally written in all caps. https://t.co/fWdcFvivsi— Trudes (@trudy_mcquiston) October 21, 2021
The "donaldjtrump" account of Trump's TRUTH Social has already been hacked. pic.twitter.com/LDQ5w24tcV— Drew Harwell (@drewharwell) October 21, 2021
The ROI on this is obviously solid.
Thank you TRUTH Social. Good to be here pic.twitter.com/tD3ClXWCss— Drew Harwell (@drewharwell) October 21, 2021