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Friday Fun: What if you Could only Speak in 140 Characters at the Office? [Video]

If you’re the new guy in the office, it can be nerve-wracking enough. But if you’re the new guy who can only speak in tweets… prepare for the worst. Your co-workers might get the wrong idea if you run out of characters mid-sentence!

This video is from a few years ago, but it’s still absolutely hilarious. Check it out if you need some laughs to close out the week and head into Saturday.
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140 Characters On Chinese Twitter Is More Like 500 Characters On Twitter.com

There’s been some talk that China’s answer to Twitter, Weibo, will be coming to the US in a matter of months. Weibo and Twitter both offer 140 characters as their maximum, but, interestingly, 140 characters in Chinese is not the same as 140 characters in the Roman alphabet that English and many other speakers use. In fact, you can fit in almost five times as much meaning on Weibo as you can on Twitter.
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Increase Your Exposure On Twitter With This One Simple Trick

On Twitter, you can tweet all you want, but unless your tweets are actually being seen by people, they won’t have much of an impact. And while many people think having more followers means they’ll be listened to by more people, they’re dead wrong. Instead of paying 50 cents a follower or following back everyone who follows you, why not try this simple trick that will increase your exposure organically.
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