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10 Tips for Creating the Perfect Tweet that will get Retweeted


Tips On Creating the Perfect Tweet

Twitter, the social network of short news items, is one of the queens of the social media world, and learn how to create tweets success is essential for today’s businesses. To help in this task are ten simple tips from a study quoted below:

  1. Use hashtags and links.
  2. Do not use too many hashtags: tweets more than two hashtags are 32% less attention.
  3. Longer tweets: tweets are 120 characters work best, those containing less than 60 have a third less engagement.
  4. Use the click: include the word click hyperlinked helps improve the success of the tweet by 35%.
  5. Urgency: tweets with words like “today” or “now” generate greater interest among netizens.
  6. Maintain constant frequency of publication: tweet from one to five times a day is perfect.
  7. Use images: we live in a visual era, and users appreciate good images.
  8. Use native images.
  9. Share links to pictures.
  10. Size does matter: the images of 375 × 625 pixels are suitable for generating engagement.

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Alok Raghuwanshi is an India-based SEO Professional, and author of an SEO and social media marketing blog. Take a look and let me know what you think by including your comment below. Thank you and have a great day.

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