tweetable

tweetable

adj
(of a message)short enough to be posted on the Twitter website
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Winning in Finn harps does in its b***make that trip home quicker' - Ever tweetable Cobh boss on the geography of League of Ireland.
There are several small things you can do to make your content more shareable such as using a widget to pull tweetable quotes, and include social media share links on every piece of material produced.
Here, I comment on developments in graphical, video, readable, and tweetable abstracts.
a tweetable tip; talking points; and a resource to hand out that supports the messages.
Since the role of broadcast meteorologists extends beyond the TV weathercast, Climate Matters includes online interactives that can be embedded on websites and shared through social media, already-crafted tweetable facts, and a range of resources that can be used in community outreach presentations.
It's just too irresistibly tweetable to ask: if Obama's for remain, and Trump and Le Pen are for leave, whose side are you on?
In the book, The Tweetable Pope: A Spiritual Revolution in 140 Characters, journalist Michael J.
I found many of the snippets in the book particularly tweetable.
If this article were to end at this point, it would serve only as a concise and tweetable synthesis of a situation that has already been recognized and analyzed by experts.
Over the first two-and-a-half years of his papacy, Francis has transformed from a tech "dinosaur" into the first pope to regularly use Twitter, says Michael O'Loughlin, author of "The Tweetable Pope.
When I first got the idea to write a column with this title I wanted it to be profound, pithy, memorable and certainly tweetable.
As a health communicator, I craft a story of tweetable moments through images, text, and sometimes video clips.