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As I stated in my last post, Twitter is my favorite form of social media; I think it has a lot of useful tools and has the power to make a small message reach a large audience. Twitter, which has a 140-character limit, is a great example of short-form writing. Due to the set up–chronological order of tweets and re-tweet– with the character limit, twitter is perfect for quick notes, stories, or comments. It is also great for living tweeting events if followers can’t be at an event or the page is trying to create a conversation. Unlike blogging, or other long-forms, Twitter doesn’t allow users to expand on their words or over explain themselves; they have to concise and to the point in order to stay within their character count. Twitter is also an easier way to get followers to click on links, twitting out a link to a poll or short URL…

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