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Twitter is not for everyone. Unlike other social media sites, it currently relies on the speed and the succinctness of the account holder. That is to say that an individual poster needs to make what they say quick and efficient, as it will literally cut off after that point and not allow a user to post anymore. When this is the case, and a user cannot be succinct, they may wish to turn to other sites for appropriate and lengthier post. The truth is, though, that this not always necessary—even with the post length restrictions. More sites are creating tools and other web applications that will parse those posts down into more digestible bites.
For instance, if you have a post that you think will get a lot of social media and, more specifically, Twitter likes, then consider the use of an internet link. A link is essentially a website address that is accessed by an individual and can be transposed onto the site. For instance, an individual may take the link to an article on their website and place it on their Twitter page for wide access. This is usually under the character requirement and allows the content to be accessed in just a few clicks. And, if the link is too long, then link minimizer are available to shorten it down even more.