While one wouldn’t think of it immediately, Twitter is an important communication tool for businesses to use to reach their audience. While the brief-message format may seem like an obstacle to some, Twitter offers a feature that can sidestep this apparent shortcoming. For this week’s tip, we’ll go over how you can create a Twitter thread.
A Twitter thread is pretty much what it sounds like: a string of tweets, posted one after the other, continuing a singular train of thought. With Twitter’s shorter-form content sharing, this makes a lot of sense—especially for a business trying to share a message.
Twitter threads are useful for a variety of purposes. Not only can you share extended amounts of information with your clientele, you can tie together tweets that follow a common thread, like your business’ most frequently-asked questions.
Let’s go over how a Twitter thread can be created, step-by-step.
You can do the same on a tweet that you had posted in the past as well. Just press the Add another Tweet button that appears in the mobile app version, and repeat the process described above.
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