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But, if that's you (and your small nonprofit), it might be time to re-evaluate your thinking.
I had several pieces of good reasoning for this, but then along came Adam Grant, writing on LinkedIn, and he stole all my good reasons (and then some). So, I'm going to return the favour by sending you over to his article. I think you'll appreciate his reasons more than mine because he's a convert. And since he starts his article with his reasons for being anti-Twitter, you may find yourself agreeing with him before he destroys his own arguments.
Adam Grant - Why I Was Wrong About Twitter
But before you go, here's one reason Adam didn't talk about - Twitter is great for having short, meaningful conversations with people who get what you do because they do it, too. And we can all use a camaraderie boost now and then.