Twitter Posting Issues

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Sandra Robinov Sandra Robinov 05/15/2015 09:29
Again - LOVE you all - squishy like!!! And mostly, the tasks are easy and rather headache free; however, there is one small issue when it comes to Twitter posting. Because the links are often really long, it leave no room to personalize. Heck, there isn't room to leave both links; I tend to remove the first and leave the Amazon, as I feel that is the more important one and I socialize more than once and buffer out, depending - so it's getting out there. Is there a way for the client to shorten links (or for you all) for us or is it okay for us to them? I don't want to assume we can do that in case there are ways you are tracking that stuff. But I also don't want to sound like an #AD when I'm posting to twitter, even though it is an ad, according to FTC regs. Just a thought, please and thank you :) Cheers, Sandra Lynn :)
Paul Blum Paul Blum 05/15/2015 09:37
Hi Sandra, thank you for your message. You can always edit the message, and you should do that. Businesses like to see your own, personalized messages. If you want to put links in there, you can.You can also remove all links and leave only your comment, if that is what you want. So it is up to you.
Sandra Robinov Sandra Robinov 05/15/2015 13:30
Thanks for responding, Paul. I do always edit it, as I want to sound personalized and I do like to genuinely add a personal note. I didn't realize we could remove their links. That'll be better for the tweet for sure. Thanks again! :)
Jennifer Tyree Jennifer Tyree 07/12/2015 13:43
I had no idea that we could completely change the message. I'm glad I looked. I posted a question about having the seller or the website edit it so it isn't so long, but now I see this. Thanks for the info!

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