Have you tried to learn another language?
Building oral proficiency takes time and practice. You start by sputtering individual words. Then you learn how to build sentences.
Similarly, building your social media fluency takes time – largely because each social network has its own language. Unless you have someone point out each network's nuances and rules, it can be difficult to identify how Twitter is different from, say, Facebook.
To help you with those differences, we're developing a series of blog posts on social network fluency for you and your employees on social media.
Today's post focuses on Twitter. Check out our seven tips for crafting the perfect tweet.