1. Join the conversation. On Twitter, the replies and comments appear independently in the feed. However, on a Weibo, they are listed under the entry, like a traditional blog. Therefore, an entire discussion around a specific entry can be seen in one place. This provides an opportunity for a marketer to not only kick start a discussion, but to remain at the heart of the conversation.
2. V for verified. While Twitter recently...
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