Twitter because it keeps the comments brief and to the point.
Facebook because I find it more useful for communicating with others and oftens alot of different functionality than twitter.
Why should it be either or? They both have their benefits but as far as business networking goes facebook has been far more successful for me.
For me Twitter is about who I follow and the value that gives me. I find the people following me on Twitter are rarely in my client base or target markets.
Facebook gives me both personal and business interaction on different platforms. My business page is pure business and answers questions like this and more complex.
Facebook is an easier way to communicate with people, Twitter is a great way to keep up with the news of any sort, entertainment, sports, whatever.
They both have their advantages. I prefer Facebook because of its versatility, but Twitter certainly has the upper hand in certain areas.
Facebook: More personal, multi-functional
Twitter: More formal, concise
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