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As a consumer, I don't see #3 as a problem so long as the link provides the answer to the question. If I'm using twitter, chances are, the same device already in my hands is capable of loading a webpage (so long as the web devs haven't done anything stupid - like making a mobile site w/o content parity with "normal" site).
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@msaizan I answered that question above in this same thread of comments that you're replying to.
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@msaizan This new set of comments is the definition of irony. Off-topic comments calling for a culling of off-topic comments. If I were the moderator, I'd shut down comments now. No good is coming of them being open.
@nphaskins I have been happy with PageLines' and Andrew's products for a while now. The mistake he/they have made is engaging the haters. I'm sure DMS will be great. I'm also sure that engaging the haters and giving any voice to the original insult, whether real or perceived, only serves to diminish your own reputation. Let actions speak for themselves. Let the product speak for itself. Success will be earned on integrity of action and strength of product.
@arpowers @WKD5 @nuonical22 You keep your product secret because you don't want your customers to know what it is? I think I may have missed or misunderstood your point.