Brock Azure

The short form I feel is the future. More and more people are starting to use Twitter and it already has a giant member base. I believe its appeal is so broad, because as people we like to do things fast and get our information as quick as we can. Facebook can post long paragraphs, but Twitter has to be an abridged version. We love the fact that we can get all the information for something in under 140 characters. Also, the way it’s set up, anyone can see what you post as a non-profit and this makes your organization way more marketable.

“140 Characters” discusses different ways to make your twitter experience better and I believe that you can pick out some great ideas. One principle they talk about is “Know Your Audience”. On page 28 he talks about how we should find out who are audience and form…

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