Tweak you tweets (Part 3/3) – editing tricks to save “space”

Likeable Lawyer

You want to improve the effectiveness of your tweets.

You tweet your messages – but you feel like your messages are being ingnored.

You see no or little  evidence of retweets or engagement or increased followers or a rise in the visitors or views to your website or blog. 

This 3-part series will help you be more purposeful  and effective with your tweets with simple tips on how to Tweak you Tweets.

In Part 1, I shared how you can attract more attention and get more click-throughs to links – but emphasising YOUR AUDIENCE.

In Part 2 – you can learn  how you can use fresh repeat tweets.

The positive side of being a word nerd

In this post (part 3) I’ll share some word nerd editing tricks to make your tweets sound more “active” and dynamic – and save space when you reach the end of your  tweet 140 character limit.

I’ll use…

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