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Twitter Can't Beat Facebook

Hardcore Twitter users, I know you're a loyal bunch (in fact, I consider myself one of you). So don't take this personally. This article is about Facebook and how it is either going to destroy Twitter, force the microblogging service to change or make it an aquisition target by a rival, such as Apple or Google. Or so says David Clarke, CEO of BGT Partners, an independent digital agency.
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