Thing 5 – Twitter – article

I think that I’m starting to get it now!  From looking at Facebook and Twitter accounts for various charities I can see how messages cascade and reach people who wouldn’t have been reached by direct means.

As one of this week’s things is Twitter I thought that I’d share this article.  It shows the power of organisations (charities in this case) engaging “real time” as a discussion develops.  Food for thought.

Don’t restrict your social media to 9 to 5

(It was sent as part of the “Popular in your network” email from Twitter.)

Margaret

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Thing 5 – Twitter – article

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