How I made millions from Twitter app

All the time, though, Tweet-Deck s popularity was growing. More than 20 million people have downloaded it and posts from the service account for 10 per cent of Twitter s messages.

London – He looks like an ordinary commuter on his way to work.

But as Iain Dodsworth leaves his modest detached home in the Home Counties, he has more to smile about than most.

For the 36-year-old father of two has become an overnight millionaire after selling his tiny company to US giant Twitter for £25-million.

His success is down a piece of computer software he created at home while unemployed called TweetDeck, which manages your social networking universe by organising messages from groups of people into columns.



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