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Use Images on Twitter to Get More ReTweets

Use Images on Twitter to Get More ReTweets | Everything Marketing You Can Think Of | Scoop.it
I collected a dataset of more than 400,000 randomly selected Tweets and the number of times each tweet received a new school (native) ReTweet. I then compared
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Tweets with images are more likely to get retweeted than those without. In addition, the source of image makes a difference as well as those uploaded to pic.Twitter.com had the highest retweet rate, followed by those with links to Twitpic, Facebook and Instagram. 

 

By: Dan Zarrella

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For the first time, you can now schedule retweets - - The Buffer Blog

For the first time, you can now schedule retweets - - The Buffer Blog | Everything Marketing You Can Think Of | Scoop.it
One of the most asked features of Buffer is a way to schedule retweets. With today's brand new update you can now schedule retweets from the web and any mobile device:
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Buffer now has the ability to schedule retweets.

 

By: Leo Widrich via Buffer Blog

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3 Social Media Tools That Allow Scheduling Retweets - Business 2 Community

3 Social Media Tools That Allow Scheduling Retweets - Business 2 Community | Everything Marketing You Can Think Of | Scoop.it
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Very informative post by Aleh Barysevich (Business 2 Community) about the two types of retweets (native and manual), the pros and cons of each, and 3 tools that permit you to schedule retweets.

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[Infographic] Exclamation Points Get More Retweets, but Fewer Clicks | Dan Zarrella

[Infographic] Exclamation Points Get More Retweets, but Fewer Clicks | Dan Zarrella | Everything Marketing You Can Think Of | Scoop.it
For more social media data like this, order my latest book The Science of Marketing now! In response to a tweeted question from Rand Fishkin I decided to
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Interesting results about exclamation points. I would not have assumed that there would have been that large of discrepancy between retweets and clicks.

 

Article and Infographic by Dan Zarrella

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