Twitter, the place where we get gems like, “How Can Mirrors Be Real If Our Eyes Aren’t Real – Jaden Smith” and celebrities get paid $10,000 per tweet.
Tuesday, May 24th 2016, Twitter announced, in their latest post, that they are bringing changes to the way we tweet. Well, not exactly they are actually tweaking how twitter is going to now calculate your character count. Confused? Let, Twitter explains it better, “… in a Tweet, but we want you to be able to do even more. In the coming months we’ll make changes to simplify Tweets including what counts toward your 140 characters, so for instance, @names in replies and media attachments (like photos, GIFs, videos, and polls) will no longer “use up” valuable characters… These updates will be available over the coming months…”
How is going to benefit us advertisers?
We have more room to get our message across consumers while adding media to make it more invigorating. We can reply or engage with our customers and their @names will no longer count; this will enable us to have meaningful and forthright conversations on Twitter. It will make it easier for our customers to respond or tweet at our brand without having the trouble to abbreviating or finding synonyms of each and every word to ensure they got the whole message across.
We can you add media like photos, GIFs, videos, polls, or Quote Tweets, without restricting our count and making each tweet invigorating. Able to share infographics plus the 140 characters to openly explain what it’s about. Additionally, think of our every reply to our customer can have a cat photo *internet love cats*.
Now we can also retweet on our own tweets, so we can with no trouble retweet or quote tweet ourselves when we want to share a new idea or felt like if a tweet went unheard. It will help us to notify our followers of any updates and/or; our reply we think will benefit our followers and will keep them posted.
New updates by Twitter had just introduced the innovative meaning [methods] to tweets without even changing the 140 characters.