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Social Media How To: Writing for Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn

In this day and age, social media has become a necessary public relations part for most companies and organizations. Big or small, businesses of all industries engage their stakeholders on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn by posting regular updates and sharing news throughout the week. However, in order to get the most out of your social media engagement, it is important to adjust your writing style to each platform accordingly.
Experienced content creators and social media managers know that writing for a blog is different from writing for social media, but few people care to adjust the tone of their writing to each social media platform.
For instance, when writing for Facebook, make sure your posts are short, conversational and prompt readers to action. Feel free to ask your audience questions, share images, photos and links to helpful resources.
When writing for Twitter, try to sound friendly and personable in 140 characters or less. Remember to include appropriate hashtags in your pos…