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Thanks for this - time to go into Hootsuite and check all the scheduled posts! I have to say that Twitter isn't as bad for making frequent, unnecessary changes as some other social networks can be. I refer to Facebook, of course.
This Twitter change does seem to be limiting, however. 140 characters should mean 140 characters. In an ideal world, the URL would not count as part of the character limit.
Thanks Emily, glad you 'feel the love' too!
Thanks for crunching the numbers! I thought it was best to give a conservative estimate and not go for a sensationalist angle. But as you've correctly pointed out, actually the situation is even worse than it appears at first glance.
All the best
This is great, thanks for sharing it. You mention the PR submitter sites like PR Newswire. I'd also add that it's good to bear in mind crowd-sourced news websites (such as this one!) that welcome guest submissions. There's a lot of talk about the demise of traditional PR, but I think essentially, the digital arena has only expanded the possibilities and scope of public relations.