Getting an extra 140 characters means that in a link sharing world, we can now post more than one in a tweet – it saves a bit of time publishing one tweet per link and can be good for brand’s promotional agendas. Journalists covering major news can present information in more detail, and use less thread space.
In bilingual countries, two separate tweets for two languages can also be time consuming, so why not 2-in-1? Brands that are based in Eastern Canada can now tweet in english and french within the same composition!
On a less serious note, people who use Twitter for a laugh can write their jokes using breaks and annoy their followers in a light hearted manner. Oh, and emojis! They are used so often these days and there’s also more space for them now. It’s useful for brands trying to get creative or for a human being to properly express themselves!
Want to tweet song lyrics in longer form? Now you can! Artists and also their followers can express themselves using their songs in a more meaningful way.
How do you plan on using Twitter with 280 characters? 😀 Let’s hope we’ll be thanking Jack Dorsey soon.