Legal Marketing: Consider Archiving your Tweets

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Archiving your Tweets from Twitter is important because it allows you to reference old articles that you have Tweeted as well as other Tweets you found interesting. So you’ve been on Twitter for a while and want to go back and see what you said six months ago about a particular topic. Guess what? You can’t. When Twitter first started, this was possible. But now that it’s become so widely used and the number of tweets is surpassing 90 million a day (gasp!), they simply can’t keep them for long. Therefore, it’s a good idea for you to consider archiving your tweets, so you can easily go back in time and review what you’ve done, repost a particularly interesting article or just get an idea of your communication history via Twitter.

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