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Will Twitter be sacrificing its USP if it adopts the long-form content model beyond 140 characters for tweets?

Do you believe there was a certain uniqueness to the 140-character limit on tweets -- one that made messages concise and to the point? Was it a good way to keep brand ads from badgering you with annoying content? Or do you believe the limit was stifling, and in one sense, a curb on free expression? Also, will Twitter's adoption of long-form content beyond the 140-character limit be a game changer in the way brands are advertised online? Do share your views with us.

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Thursday 22nd of September 2016 12:55:13 PM
No it is not, they are not going to loose their USP just by bringing this new strategy of having content beyond 140 characters , definitely twitter will remain competitive by doing this .
Friday 11th of December 2015 12:14:59 PM
having more than 140 character is good,but it is always good to have few very attractive, penetrable characters than more in numbers but perhaps as their presence is very wide in nature , they would like to have more characters i think.
Friday 11th of December 2015 12:08:07 PM
you know everyone like to see and share unique things. if it is common like everyone then who will watch it i think that's the meaning of USP and USP of tweeter is unique and improve the way of thinking of everyone which they can express in 150 words. So my opinion it should not be change.
Thursday 3rd of December 2015 03:30:25 PM