Ghost Tweeting: Appropriate or not? What are your thoughts?
I just read an article by Mike McDonald at Web Pro News where he talks about an interesting and debatable subject: Ghost Tweeting.
Ghostwriting has been a staple of business and academia for ages. In fact, it is a standard practice across industries, in both professional and personal writing, in the form of bylines, press releases, articles, books, etc. So why is ghost tweeting - tweeting on another person's behalf - any different?
Is there something about Twitter - the micro-platform that packs a big communications punch - that makes it seem less appropriate for ghosting? What are your thoughts?
Letitia Stevenson, REALTOR® | Licensed in DE, PA & MD |
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