Twitter Changes to Online Content Policy

Many businesses, including our own, are using Twitter to communicate with clients and prospects. For those who are a little more aware than the average, we know that nothing on Twitter, or any of the social media communication channels, is private in any way regardless of your settings.

The US government has access to all data domiciled on US soil. The recent changes to Twitter essentially mean that if you’re trying to Tweet your way into the Iranian or Chinese markets, you may have to revisit your strategy.

Twitter remains a great tool to share your insight and observations with prospects and clients. 

Click Here to read a Reuters article from this week with comments from Twitter CEO Dick Costolo.

About Derek

Derek has worked in the Sales & Marketing Consulting and CRM industries for over 17 years. He's consulted to companies here and overseas helping them develop processes to support their lead generation, marketing and sales businesses. He sees CRM as an enabler and not a solution by and of itself. Implemented with users in mind and a clear view of defined processes, companies can derive great value from their CRM.

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