Twitter is becoming a popular social media network in South Africa these days. Although it has been in existence for some 7 years, South African users have been a bit slow in jumping on board. But now that South African politicians, celebrities, business and media companies have been using this micro-blogging platform for various reasons, the South African public have been signing up for a free Twitter account in droves.
The 140 character restriction on Twitter can be frustrating at times. But then Twitter is a micro-blogging service and if you really have more to say on a regular basis then you should consider starting your own blog through free services like Google’s Blogger. But every now and then you just have to rant on Twitter and want your followers to fully understand what you mean in your tweets. It