Okay, I use social media to humor myself, and to promote the efforts of other people who are getting stuff done.
In Twitter, sometimes, I promote other people by retweeting their tweets. However, the RT phrase, which includes their name, exceeds 140 characters. It's worse if I want to comment, that needs more character space. That means editing the original tweet, and if I'm not careful, I could change its meaning.
I figure that most people following me must know this, but is that assumption correct?
Is it more effective if I use an ellipsis (…) to indicate an omission?
Also… I like to recommend other Tweeters on Friday, using the #followfriday tag. However, there're now so many folks I want to recommend, it's overwhelming. I don't want to leave anyone out.
Soon we'll be able to create user lists and maybe recommend them, that might be the only answer.
I could use some help here, thanks!