Yesterday, Twitter began testing a new 280-character count in select languages in an effort for users to become more expressive. In a post from Twitter’s blog, Aliza Rosen articulated that the Twitter company wants users to express themselves without limitations. “Our research shows us that the character limit is a major cause of frustration for people Tweeting in English, but it is not for those Tweeting in Japanese. Also, in all markets, when people don’t have to cram their thoughts into 140 characters and actually have some to spare, we see more people Tweeting – which is awesome!”1 Continue reading nt-violetta

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