The best way to describe retweeting is taking an existing twitter message that another user on Twitter has posted and rebroadcasting the same message to all the users that follow you. Best practice is to give credit the the person who posted the original message. If you cannot think of your own message to “Tweet” about this is the next best thing
You should only Retweet content you this your followers will find interesting
This is obvious right? You should only retweet content that is interesting for your followers and this is the whole point of retweeting.
Providing useful content to your followers
Retweeting posts to your followers will not only make them happy but is highly likely you will attract more followers. One way is to add a blog post to your website and tweet the link to it so the content can be read in full
Remember that retweeting is an act of kindness and generally the favour will be returned to you and providing value to your followers and nobody will retweet your post unless it is interesting.
If you have landed on this page and you do not even know what Twitter is then here is a bit of a breakdown for you:
Twitter is basically a network of information that brings the user and information closer together. You are allowed to post a message up to 140 characters long. There are a few simple things to remember:
You can mention someone by entering their username like this: @pebbleltd
You can send a direct message to another user by doing this: DM @pebbleltd love your new website
You can categorise words or you can think of them as being a theme of messages: love your new website @pebbleltd #awesome
If you have found this post interesting, please retweet!
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