I have been running through the social media landscape for half a decade now and it’s OK to call me a social media enthusiast. There is a whole host of interesting 3rd party Twitter tools that can help you with your account.
I’m really not a fan of Twitter but upon observation, I conclude that Twitter actually favours the rich and smart.
I made this conclusion with the help of these three reasons. Let me walk you through.
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Waste less time compared to other social media portals
Unlike other social media portals, Twitter limits the number of words one can post on their handle. This enables its users to read short, moderate and concise posts. Rich people like to get information on the go, because they are busy people. Productively busy, making all the money. Reading long articles and posts on social media can be time-consuming and Twitter prevents that.
Twitter, though with its “word count” limitation, remains one of the fastest ways of transferring information.
Intense and more genuine connectivity
Twitter has better connectivity compared to other social media portals. All serious brands and most public figures and celebrities are very active on Twitter. Try this! Tag a brand on Twitter and tag the same brand on other social media platforms and compare the speed of feedback. Compare which portal will give you a faster response. Don’t be bias. Analyze whether the brand is equally active on the other social media portals as they are on Twitter.
Rich and smart people are always looking for easier ways to achieve, hence, twitter is just the place for them. They easily connect with brands, public figures and celebrities on Twitter through tags and retweets. However, other portals may request that you become a friend even with a stranger before you can connect with them. The number of followers you can have on Twitter are unlimited, you can reach out to as many followers as possible.
Sorry, Twitter is definitely not for the dumb
Assuming, summarizing a thousand word to 280. That’s the maximum for Twitter word count, Yes, 280.
Of course, you can make multiple posts but I am sure you would enjoy it more getting all the information you want to send across in a single post. You have to really top up your summary skills because of Twitter. Ask 100 people on the streets why they would prefer using other social media portals instead of Twitter and they would mention the issue with word count. Reducing a 2000 word count of message, idea or information to 280 or less and still make sense and carry your message across is the work of smarty-pants.
Brands try very hard to compress messages on Twitter, they properly summarize information and provide easily understandable contents.
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