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Editor’s Note:During Virtual Office Hours, our bi-weekly social media training sessions (sign up here for your free session!), we hear how Twitter can be a challenging platform. Yes, it is sometimes hard to get your message across with only 140 characters. Today we share DigitalGov's blog about Twitter's 5 upcoming changes - to make your tweets more robust and communicating with your followers simpler. And they apply to all Twitter handles, not just government ones.
Twitter has come a long way. In ten years of evolution, we’ve seen Twitter go from a simple text messaging service to a versatile platform, which in the words of Twitter, provides a “rich canvas for creative expression featuring photos, videos, hashtags, Vines, and more.”
Now Twitter is offering additional enhancements to their service to make it easier to engage with customers and accomplish our mission.
So what do all these upcoming changes mean for your government account?