Twitter has few absolute rules but one of them is hard and fast: everybody is restricted to a limit of 140 characters per tweet.
This takes some getting used to at first, but once you become a regular user Twitter’s character limit will actually make you a better, more efficient writer.
But sometimes you need every single one of those characters and, no matter what you do, you can’t make your tweet fit in the space. So, here are 6 tips from Pardot (plus a bonus) to help you write shorter tweets.
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