Join us for our Friday coffee break where this week our Account Executive explores the good, the bad, and the potentially ugly effects of Twitter’s character limit increase.
Since the rise of the World Wide Web in the early 1990s, businesses have shifted their marketing focus from traditional media (i.e. print and television) to digital media (i.e. websites, email, and social media). Digital media has provided brands with the ability to share video, graphics, photos, and audio and allows the digital minded consumer the ability to gather information in a way that is tailored to them.
Although digital media shares many of the same functions of traditional media, there are many differences that exist between the two in terms of the relationships between users and the information put out by brands.