How Top Companies Are Imitating Their Competitors

/// How Top Companies Are Imitating Their Competitors

March 31, 2014  |  Blog

Apparently it’s not good enough to be at the top. Now many of the most well-known companies want to be more like their competitors, according to Computerworld.

For example, Twitter is known for being simple and allowing only short tweets. But now users can put four photos in one tweet and tag up to ten people per picture. This sounds more like Facebook than Twitter. Similarly, Facebook seems poised to become more like Google with the recent purchase of Oculus VR.

Check out the full article at Computerworld to see how Google seems to want to be more like Amazon, while Amazon seems to envy Apple.

Image credit: Graham Smith

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