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How Should You Respond When Somebody Asks You, “Can You Retweet This For Me?”

Example: One of your Twitter followers retweets you on a regular basis. You’re pretty good friends. One day, they approach you personally and ask you to retweet something for them. The problem is, the tweet concerns a viewpoint to which you do not subscribe. In fact, you’re actively opposed to it.

What’s the right thing to do to maintain your principles but not cause offense?

How Should You Respond When Somebody Asks You, "Can You Retweet This For Me?"

I have a guest post over at Twittwoch.de that addresses what can be quite an awkward situation. Click here to read it.

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