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During President Obama’s State of the Union address in February, Rep. Steve Cohen (D-Tenn.) was observed by the media sending questionable tweets, then deleting them from his Twitter profile.
PR Daily dove into Cohen’s reasoning behind his tweet and delete “strategy,” if it can be called that.
But the bigger question is whether or not this tweeting and deleting thing is a new, viable way to approach Twitter.
Uh oh. That last tweet you sent sparked some wildfire among your followers, and now they’re flaming you. Maybe it was in bad taste, maybe you used a tad too much profanity for some, or maybe they’re just a little sensitive today.
Whatever the reason, you’re pretty sure you need to delete that tweet. But before you do, consider some Twitter etiquette tips for when to delete – and when to leave things well enough alone.