New Twitter policy to help Irish businesses
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Twitter has changed its direct messaging policy to increase its use in customer relationship management, a move that will help Irish businesses communicate with customers.
Direct messages, which are private messages between users, previously only allowed followers to message accounts which followed them. A new opt-in service allows users to receive direct messages from accounts they don't follow.
The service was announced last week, although technology website Mashable reported that some users already had access...
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