Twitter comes up with a business guide

Twitter 101Micro-blogging website, Twitter Inc. has come up with "Twitter 101" an online course to educate users on ways to mint money from the trendy micro-blogging service by winning customers.

The Twitter 101 for business contains web pages and case studies that reveal how businesses can use the service.

Speaking on the usefulness of course, Biz Stone, Twitter co-founder, said, "We coordinated with business students and writers to surface some interesting findings, best practices, steps for getting started, and case studies."

Union Square Ventures and VCs Spark Capital have been supporting Twitter, which was co-founded by Biz Stone, Jack Dorsey and Evan Williams. Users can post tweets of up to 140 characters via Twitter.

A Twitter 101, which is named as "A Special Guide" is available pursuing "Business" links at the base of Twitter Web pages.

One striking feature of the Twitter guide is that it does not mention any third party clients.

However, Twitter has been considering move to charge fees from business users.

Twitter has been progressing by leaps and bounds since 2006, the year when it was launched.