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Direct Messages on Twitter

There are times where you want information to be private on Twitter or you need more than 140 characters; insert the Direct Message. Direct Messages are a way on Twitter for you to communicate with an individual or group of people in a private message that is not limited by characters. It gives you the opportunity to reach out to your PLN or an expert and explain a more complex topic or question that you have. See how below:

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