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microblog

A blog that contains brief entries about the daily activities of an individual or company. Created to keep friends, colleagues and customers up-to-date, small images may be included as well as brief audio and video clips. The most popular microblogs are Twitter and Tumblr. See blog, Twitter and Tumblr.
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A mix of 'long messages' in the form of articles and blogs and 'short messages' such as microblogs is necessary for any solid communication strategy.
La gripe porcina se extiende tambien en Internet: blogs, microblogs y redes sociales se han convertido en una importante fuente de informacion sobre el virus, aunque los mensajes publicados pecan muchas veces de alarmistas.
Blogs and microblogs also provide something far more intriguing: the disaggregation of information from a Web page.
While the microblog is coming under attack from some of them, it has been turned into a large base of followers by others.
State television's microblog said domestic security chief Meng Jianzhu was on his way to the scene.
A bullet train crash in Wenzhou this July was a watershed moment for Sina's "Weibo" microblog service as thousands of users expressed anger at the official response and pulled apart official accounts of the crash and rescue response.
The results showed that those who had been led to feel socially apprehensive were more likely to microblog.
NOWADAYS, microblog systems such as Twitter and Sina Weibo become more and more popular since they facilitate fast dissemination and acquisition of information.
Online microblog systems such as Sina Weibo, Twitter, and Facebook provide a convenient platform for users to share their information.
With the explosive growth of users, more and more sellers have realized that the microblog platforms can be used for e-commerce and begin to advertise.
Microblog, such as Twitter, Sina Weibo, has become tremendously popular over the recent years.
Beijing's commission of city administration and environment said in a statement on its microblog that a liquefied natural gas (LNG) carrier was not able to unload at port due to severe smog, leading the city to invoke emergency measures.