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Tweets of more than 140 characters generate greater attention
According to new research by theEword, longer tweets could lead to greater attention from users.
In contrast to the belief that brevity is the key to engagement, the study – which used eye-tracking technology to gauge attention – found that mobile users of Twitter linger for an extra 0.5 seconds if a tweet contains over 140 characters. Similarly, people can spend up to 0.7 seconds longer on tweets if it also contains an image.