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Twitter masterclass 12 – best practices

twitter-logo-officialSteve Dudley
BOU

 
 
 
A reminder of some best practices when using Twitter
 

 

Recent Twitter changes

Twitter have recently made key changes to tweets including images no longer counting towards the 140 character tweet length. See more about these changes here and here
 
 

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About the author

Steve Dudley, the BOU’s Senior Administrator of 19 years, is responsible for social media and communications.
 
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