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Famous in the tech world, Robert Scoble is a technology evangelist. As he has put it himself, he “drinks from the firehose of information” so that he can pass it on to us. Known for commenting on the latest and greatest in complex areas of tech, we are fortunate to have Robert weigh in on the relatively accessible areas of Twitter and Facebook for business.
We would suggest that for most businesses it is appropriate to use both Twitter and Facebook. But it is important to think about what you want to accomplish on each platform. As Robert points out, you should not just be running your Twitter feed through your Facebook Page. Actually, while posting Twitter to your personal profile might be tolerable to your close friends, it is completely inappropriate for your Facebook Business Page. One reason you should not do this is that you should use your Facebook as an opportunity to expound and use visual illustrations. Why limit yourself to 140 characters as you have to on Twitter?