29 Mar '16, 12pm

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A witty tweet gets all the attention you need. However, staying relevant (and witty) in a vast sea of tweets that keep popping in the feed is a somewhat daunting task. Believe it or not, there are 500 million tweets posted daily. So sometimes coming up with an effective tweet takes as much time as it would take you to write a full article. But while micro content is easily sharable and gives your brand that much needed exposure , regular blogs help you cover topics in depth, and are great for conversions . Not only that, but they also help your brand in multiple other ways. So what’s the solution? Should you blog or microblog? The answer is – both . And here is how to do it effectively. General Rules & Guidelines There is a general rule of thumb that you will need to implement in order to keep your subscribers, grow your network and engage your readers. Both short and some...

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