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Dragons’ Den’s one-sided Twitter ‘conversation’

July 21, 2010 No Comment

There was a curious end to tonight's Dragon's Den when presenter Evan Davis uncomfortably turned to the camera and said:

Why not tell us what you think of today's programme by joining the conversation on Twitter.

Dragons' Den

Dragons' Den

I'm not sure it looks like much of a conversation, though ...

This is what the Dragons' Den Twitter account looks like an hour after the programme finished:

Dragons Den tweets - no conversation

Dragons Den tweets - no conversation

Leaving aside the hashtag confusion, they don't seem to have actually replied to anyone's tweets. A blanket "thank you" to people for their comments doesn't quite seem the same as the "conversation" promised in the programme itself.

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