How microblogging differs from normal blogging?
A microblog has a very unique atmosphere. It has to be precise, it is usually followed by a large number of people on a general network, and they can t choose not to have your post appear without completely deleting you from their lists. That means not only do your posts have to be short they have to have some meaning. While the most common prompt for a microblog is what are you doing? Responding with eating lunch is not a very useful way to take part and engage conversations. Post insightful thoughts, links to interesting sites, even pictures via links from network specific picture hosts or outside image hosts.
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What are some Pro’s and Con’s of microblogging?
What are some options supporting and opposing the validity of micro blogging (pro-con)
The opposit of macroblogging.
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