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Psoriasis Twitter sites

Twitter is a form of blogging known as a microblog. It differs from a traditional blog in that the communications tend to be more frequent in nature and consist of very short messages known as tweets.

Tweets are restricted to 140 characters. A blog resembles a diary entry, whereas a tweet is more of a brief shorthand note of what the user is up to or interested in at that time.

Once registered on Twitter, users can follow other people’s tweets or post their own tweets allowing for the rapid exchange of communication in tiny bite-size pieces.

 

 

Link to 'Psoriasis Tips' Twitter site Link to 'Skins Matter' Twitter site Link to 'Psoriasis Help' Twitter site
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Why would I use Twitter?

Twitter allows for the rapid sharing of information between people with a common interest.

In the area of psoriasis, users would typically use Twitter to communicate specific information on the condition or to communicate on relevant psoriasis services and events.

 

Taking part in Twitter

To get started with Twitter, users will need to register an account via the Twitter website: www.twitter.com. Once registered, you can follow other people’s tweets or post new tweets simply by connecting to the internet on your computer or mobile phone.

 

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