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Twitter Best Practices for Government

Last week, Twitter introduced media.twitter.com featuring best practices and success stories to help government leverage the power of Twitter. Many best practices were covered including:

  • How to break the news with Twitter Alerts

  • Twitter says:

    As Twitter’s role in the media world continues to grow and evolve, we wanted to create a place where people and companies from the worlds of TV, sports, journalism, government, music, faith and nonprofits could have self-service access to ways to increase their impact in the global town square.

    The new site is a searchable database of curated how-tos designed to complement other channels:

    Success stories are also available from Members of Congress:

    and from state and local officials.


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