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Twitter Takes Flight as X.com: A New Era for the Social Media Giant

Twitter's transformation into X.com.
May 17, 2024
Twitter Takes Flight as X

In a surprising move that has sent ripples through the digital world, Twitter has officially changed its domain to X.com. As of 10:00 AM Nepal Standard Time, users attempting to access the familiar Twitter.com are being seamlessly redirected to the new X.com domain.

The Ditible was among the first to witness this monumental shift, observing a notification displayed prominently on Twitter’s main page announcing the change. This transition marks a significant departure from the platform’s previous incremental changes, which initially involved updating profile URLs to X.com while leaving other links untouched.

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The decision to embrace X.com as the primary domain represents a bold new direction for the social media giant. While the reasons behind this rebranding remain unclear, it is undoubtedly a strategic move aimed at solidifying the platform’s identity under its new “X” moniker.

Twitter’s transformation into X.com has been met with a mix of excitement and apprehension among users. Many are curious about how this change will impact the platform’s features, user experience, and overall brand image. Others express nostalgia for the familiar Twitter name and bird logo.

As the digital landscape continues to evolve, Twitter’s metamorphosis into X.com serves as a reminder of the ever-changing nature of technology and the importance of adaptability for businesses and platforms alike. Whether this rebranding will lead to greater success for the platform remains to be seen, but one thing is certain: the world will be watching closely as X.com takes flight.

This is a developing story, and The Ditible will continue to provide updates as more information becomes available.

Aditya Chaudhary

Aditya Chaudhary is a tech reviewer, Technology enthusiast and Tech news writer at The Ditible. He has 3 years of experience as Tech writer.

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