By winter, Twitter hopes to start making money by charging business users for special features, including tools to report what customers are saying about a company online.
The company also has plans to hire another 35 employees, bringing the total at the company to 100.
In order to get users to stick around, the company will begin using location information and topic tracking to better match users with each other.
The hope being that if you find somebody nearby who shares your interests, you'll continue tweeting.
Jackson West certainly doesn't use Twitter in the same ways since signing up back in 2006.