Retweets are the backbone of the Twitter network.
Because of the platform’s very powerful ripple effect, the humble retweet allows any single person’s message to be quickly shared, then re-shared, and, theoretically at least, be seen by any and everyone on the network.
All from the simple click of a button.
In the past I’ve written a ton about the different steps you can take to give yourself a much better chance of being retweeted, but what about a more scientific approach?
Thankfully, help is at hand. This infographic identifies five scientifically-proven ways you can do to get more retweets.
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