Twitter.com is a popular service that allows you to blog in a micro format by posting 140-word ‘tweets’. Anyone can follow the posts of other users. Twitter has become a very popular tool for individuals, businesses and, of course, politicians. Many news organizations follow political Twitter accounts, so it’s a fast, easy way to broadcast your messages.
Some people tweet trivia, such as what they just had for lunch or dinner. Others share valuable information and use it to engage in dialogue. As a political candidate, you’ll want to focus on commenting on relevant issues, sharing politically-relevant information, and even personal comments that help others get to know, like and trust you.
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