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July 2009
Employee Benefit News;Jul2009, Vol. 23 Issue 9, p12
This article provides information on Twitter, its purpose and value for benefits professionals. Twitter is an online public platform that enables users to exchange information or communicate with others through short notes. Its valuable applications for businesses include broadcasting of messages and announcements about the company and providing the latest news and trends. The author stated that these applications are valuable to benefits professionals.


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