7 Best Ways To Tweet More Than 140 Characters

Have you ever wondered of sending Tweets more than 140 characters? Do you think its possible? Yes, here are some 10 best services which would let you tweet more than 140 characters. This micro blogging social networking service, Twitter is one big thing on Internet.


The only limitation with Twitter is that it does not let you Tweet more than 140 characters. So, here are the 7 best ways to Tweet more than 140 characters:

Tiny Paste

This Twitter based service is one of its kinds. In addition to the fact that it lets you send longer tweets, it also lets you earn money. With every click on your link, you earn $0.005.


TwitLonger follows a simple logic to let you Tweet more than 140 characters. It simply lets you post a link with your Tweet which actually has the whole long Tweet of yours.

Tweet Short

Tweet Short is an easy way to tweet more than 140 characters. All you need to do is sign up with this web service and you can easily start sending longer tweets.

Tweet Compressor

This Twitter based app is more like a compressor. This web service compresses your Tweets. It replaces the complete words with 2-3 letter word, like a SMS. Isn’t that interesting, all you need do is simply type your long tweet and it gets compressed in seconds. Although ,it allows tweets of 140 characters only, but it is more efficient.


Twittlot is another web service which is completely against the 140 characters sized tweets. Once you click on “expanded” tweet tab.


This is one ultimate service which lets you tweet more than 140 characters. And when it says more than 140 characters, it implies that there is no word or character limit for your Tweet.

Maxi Tweet

Maxi Tweet is a Twitter based web service which lets you send longer Tweets. This web service lets you tweet more than 140 characters, that is up to 200 characters.

These were the 7 best ways to tweet more than 140 characters which would let you break the very own shackles of Twitter and enjoy tweeting without any restriction.

Happy Tweeting!

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December 9, 2010 by: Prasanth Chandra


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