Publishers would be wise to stop using their Twitter accounts like an RSS feed that automatically pushes stories out to followers. Rather, they should take a page from NPR, which recently put a human
at the helm of its once-automated Twitter account. The result: “During … five days of manual updating, there were 142,219 visits to NPR’s website from @nprnews tweets -- a 45
percent increase from the average (98,213) of the five weeks leading up to the experiment,” Nieman Journalism Lab reports, citing NPR’s Google Analytics data.
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