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Posts Tagged ‘Retweets’

Please, Stop With The Inspirational Quotes On Twitter

It might seem a bit hypocritical to use an inspirational quote to show why inspirational quotes are extremely overdone on Twitter, but bear with me. “Well done is greater than well said” goes the quote. And it sorta fits: You don’t need to use quotes to get your message across on Twitter. Use your own words! Do your own thinking rather than saying someone else’s words.

But some of you might say I’m reaching here, and you’d be right. The quote kind of works, but only because you did a little mental gymnastics and made it work. And so it goes with most of the overused, underwhelming quotes I see on Twitter.

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5 Tricks That Will Make Your Tweets Mobile-Friendly

Twitter was born of the mobile phone. Back when Jack & co. were developing what was then known as “Twttr”, they thought long and hard about how to make the product work best on our phones.

A lot’s change in the digital world since 2006, including “Twttr” being reborn as Twitter and revolutionizing how we communicate. We’ve also witnessed the smartphone boom and the introduction of the tablet – so mobile is more important now than ever before. All this change only emphasizes how important it is for businesses and individuals to understand how their tweets and profiles are being viewed on mobile devices.

If you’ve never really thought about how your tweets look on your customers’ phones, no fear: we’ve got you covered. Here are 5 ways that you can optimize your profile, your tweets, and your whole Twitter presence for mobile.
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How To Get More Retweets [INFOGRAPHIC]

Do you want to get more retweets?

Retweeting isn’t just about tweeting good content, or having tons of followers, or stuffing your tweets with hashtags.

There’s actually a science behind it. And the folks at Quick Sprout have taken a stab at breaking it down into a helpful infographic.

Interested? Follow the steps below.

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How Many Retweets Did Your Top Tweet Get?

Do you know what your most popular tweet was? No? Well now you do!

The kind folks at TwitSprout have created a website to show you what your top tweets were, and exactly how many retweets they got.
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DataSift And Bit.ly Partner To Give You More Information About Who’s Clicking Your Links On Twitter

Social media marketers love to talk about engagement, but it’s often quite difficult to measure. Sure, you can see the number of retweets your latest words of wisdom received, but how do you determine who saw those retweets and took the time to click on them?

A new partnership between two of Twitter’s preferred partners promises to improve how we measure engagement, virality and the success of our content on Twitter.
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How Frequently Should You Tweet? [STATS]

A lot has been said about social timing, from the optimal number of times to tweet per day, to the best time of day to tweet.

This study asks a new – and particularly effective – question to determine your best number of times to tweet per day: are your tweets getting retweets? And if not, should you tweet more or less?
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5 Types Of Tweets That Will Get You Retweeted

One of the golden currencies of Twitter is the retweet. When someone retweets you, they’re telling their followers that you’ve got something interesting to say. But getting retweeted isn’t an easy task – you’ve got to offer something new and interesting to your followers, which can be difficult to do consistently. If you’re having some trouble in this area, we’ve got five types of tweets that will get you retweeted, so you can start impressing the Twitterverse with your insight.
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Buffer Launches Robust Real-Time Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn Analytics – For Free

There’s so much more to social media than just writing catchy tweets and sending them out. You’ve got to time your updates, balance your interactions with content, and – perhaps most importantly – track your results.

This tracking just became a whole lot easier with a new update from one of our favorite Twitter scheduling tools. Buffer has launched a robust suite of analytics products for their Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn scheduling, so you can now track who clicked, who retweeted and who interacted with your content.
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How To Schedule Retweets So You Don’t Annoy Your Followers

So you’re following a bunch of great, insightful people and you’ve just spotted four of their tweets you’d like to retweet to your own followers. You happily click “retweet” four times, fully expecting your followers to continue the retweet chain, and maybe even thank you for sharing such great links and insight.

But alas, such is not the case. You click away from Twitter for a few minutes, and when you click back, not only do you not have any replies or retweets, but you’ve actually lost nine followers!

Retweeting too close together is a problem on Twitter, and one that can quickly annoy your followers. Here’s how to share the tweets you love, without bombarding your followers with a wall of retweets.
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Twitter Finally Tells Us Exactly How Many Retweets We Got

If you’re a longtime Twitter user, this news will probably make your week: Twitter has ditched the “50+” notification when a tweet reaches more than 50 retweets and is actually showing us the real number of retweets it got. It’s about time!
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