Beware the Twitter echo chamber trap

Twitter’s value as a political persuasion tool is severely limited. After all, if people use Twitter mainly as a forum for confirmation bias, it’s unlikely they’ll ever be won over by contrary opinions, even if those contrary opinions are crafted as witty or clever 'tweets.'

Stop battling Twitter trolls and start listening to real people in the real world. In short, open up your echo chamber, and let your political message go free, Gerry Nicholls advises politicians. Image courtesy of Pixabay

PUBLISHED : Monday, July 17, 2017 12:00 AM

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