How to write an epic story with a tweet

The way to write a story that can stand on its own merits is to use the same trick that has proven so effective for other media outlets: The Twitterverse.

The best news is the one you create, and for many journalists, that means an account that can be easily followed and interacted with.

The problem, of course, is that many of these accounts can be misleading, or simply a source of misinformation, with no discernible purpose.

“We’re trying to help them understand the story, so we can get the best story out of it,” said Nick DePasquale, senior vice president at Recode.

“But the way to do that is to have a Twitter account that actually is a news source.”

The company has already started to implement that strategy, with its first, Twitter News, and now another, Twitter Report, both of which are launching this week.

These tweets are created and shared on the company’s new news service, called Twitter Report.

“You’re writing a story, and you’re using a tweet as the headline, and it gets retweeted,” said DePascu.

“The tweet gets retweet to your followers, and then you can get that tweet back to the person who wrote it.”

The two tools allow reporters to share their content with their followers without having to be a full-time journalist.

Both features will be available for free to journalists who sign up to the Twitter news service.

They are intended to help journalists write the stories they want to publish without the fear of being misused by trolls.

For instance, the Twitter News service lets you embed your content into a tweet that you can retweet, so you can send your readers a link to your story.

Or you can use the service to create a report, which allows you to quickly send the story to a specific audience.

“It’s not about the story.

It’s about the content,” said Twitter News product manager Adam Schoettle.

The Twitter Report tool is similar to the one Twitter announced earlier this year, but it also allows users to post a tweet directly to a person’s timeline.

It also offers a similar feature that lets users embed tweets into stories and stories directly.

The goal is to give reporters a way to quickly share their work and give the public a way of knowing about it.

The service’s first feature, the Report tool, will let journalists embed tweets directly into stories they create for the public.

This allows them to easily share their stories on Twitter without needing to have an account.

“What it really does is give you a way for your followers to engage with that story, whether it’s through Twitter’s feeds or a third-party site,” said Schoett.

“If you want to get the scoop on the upcoming election, you can just embed it on your site.

Or if you want the story about a big, important piece of the story that’s coming up in the news, you could embed it in your article.”

The service is designed to help reporters create stories that will resonate with their audiences, but the company has also built in some safeguards to ensure it is not being used as a tool to spread false news.

Twitter has also made some changes to its algorithm to help prevent bots and trolls from hijacking the feeds.

These new tools, called “bots,” are automated accounts that tweet about news they don’t actually like.

The bots are only allowed to follow the news they follow, and can only retweet stories they follow if they have been verified by the site.

These automated accounts can also only follow the articles they follow and have to follow their original accounts before replying to their followers.

Twitter also has a policy to make sure the bots are verified.

“All the automated accounts are verified by us, and we make sure that we have all the information about who they are, and who they follow,” said Josh Green, vice president of engineering at Twitter.

“So they have all of the information we need to be able to detect that.”

And in addition to its new tools to help protect its users, Twitter also launched a new feature in the News app to make it easier to share and manage stories.

“People who are not on Twitter will see our new News app that will show them the best stories,” said Green.

“They can now see that there’s a story there that they can click on and get more info about it.”

These new features will go live later this week and are available to users in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Singapore.