If you’ve been on Facebook long enough, you know that people have taken to the platform for all sorts of reasons: to share photos that commemorate a special occasion, express their political views or even to express grief.
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He is so smart; I’ll never be that good at my job.
Everyone is so put together; I’m falling apart.
If you tweet a lot, you know the feeling. You’re drafting social to promote a fantastic piece of media coverage, defending Nick V. becoming the next Bachelor, or tweeting out your latest blog post and BAM - you’ve run out of characters. For those of you scorned by the 140 character count, I have good news.
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Many people think writing social content is simple: with only 140 characters in a tweet, there may be little room for excessive prose, but there’s also little room for error. Unfortunately, what happens often is that each brand tweet sounds eerily similar to the next one: