A doge is an elected chief of state lordship, the ruler of the Republic in many of the Italian city states during the medieval and renaissance periods, in the Italian "crowned republics".
The word is from a Venetian word that descends from the Latin dux (as do the English duke and the standard Italian duce and duca), meaning "leader", especially in a military context. The wife of a doge is styled a dogaressa. 
Twitter announced that their 140 character limit has been nixed and replaced with a double trouble 280 character limit.
The 140 character limit has been in place since Twitter was first launched in 2006; it has been a source of stress for some internet marketers who have a difficult time narrowing their message down to 140 characters plus hashtags.
The last major posting change from Twitter was when they decided that attached images would no longer count toward character limits. This allowed all users to use their full 140 characters plus attach a photograph, video, or animated gif.
So what does this new character limit mean for you? While it’s still important to remain succinct in your tweets, you have a little more wiggle room to improve your calls-to-action. However, we still recommend that you:
Twitter has always been a question mark for medical aesthetics practices trying to decide which social channels are most important. Do we offer Twitter marketing to our clients? Yes. Is it our focus or priority? No.
Several years ago, the target demographic wasn’t even on Twitter. Today, they are, but they prefer to connect with our clients on more visual networks like Facebook and Instagram. Finally, Twitter is now politically saturated with Trump updates, the Russian investigation, fake news, and bot drama.
So while we recommend that you keep tweeting and growing your Twitter audience, we also recommend that you focus primarily on Facebook and Instagram. However, you may find the following opportunities on Twitter very helpful in growing your following, reach, and engagement:
Contact us to learn how we can help you improve your social media marketing strategies for your practice.
Here at TSS, we are managing a large number of brands throughout the medical field, and these brands are scattered throughout the US. We work with small clinics, large multi-provider practices, and some aesthetic brands.
Now, this is not to brag, but to lay the groundwork that we have a rather unique perspective on the medical marketplace in social media. This is important when we are asked…
We here at TSS headquarters are working hard pulling together our own proprietary database that will be available exclusively to TSS clients (and for their benefit). As we work on that, we came across this great piece that answers this question while looking at the broader marketplace.“When is the best time to post content?”
Some key takeaways:
Have more questions about your program? Contact your TSS Account Coordinator, we are here to help!