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UK government guide to Twitter

Neil Williams, head of corporate digital channels at the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, in the UK Cabinet Office, has published a 20 page guide to using Twitter that aims to describe “why and how we intend to establish and manage a corporate presence on the microblogging social network Twitter.com.”

Also see Williams announcement: Template Twitter strategy for Government Departments, by Neil Williams Digital Engagement Blog (21. July 2009), and a comment on The Reg: Gov geek publishes 5000-word Twitter guide, by Joe Fay, The Register, (28th July 2009).

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