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How to Make a "Tweet This" Link or Button

How to Make a "Tweet This" Link or Button | Serial Twitter | Scoop.it

That could be very interesting to know how do that. [note mg]

 

Have you seen those pre-written “tweet this” links and buttons that some websites use to make sharing a tweet much faster, and give additional control to the website that created it? I’m going to show you how to make a Pre-Formatted Re-Tweet Link or Button. When a user clicks on it they will be taken to their Twitter account with your message already filled in. All that is left for them to do is send the tweet! It’s useful in several situations, and isn’t the same as the stock Twitter Re-Tweet button.

 

Twitter is becoming known as the place to get news before it even becomes news. Getting news before everyone else has made it a premiere place to look for content, which by default has made it a premiere place to share content.

 

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John van den Brink's comment, April 15, 2012 12:59 PM
Thank you Martin!
Martin Gysler's comment, April 16, 2012 1:39 AM
It's my pleasure John, have a great week!
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What Are The 7 Elements Of Influence Power On Twitter?

What Are The 7 Elements Of Influence Power On Twitter? | Serial Twitter | Scoop.it

Twitter has added 100 million users so far this year and is the platform of choice if you want to follow, search and engage with people in a particular niche or industry. In fact Twitter was never created to be a social networking platform and still today Twitter does not claim to be a social media channel stating on its blog.

 

“Twitter facilitates social networking, but it’s not a social networking website“.

 

Despite this claim it certainly is a place where you can in real time and in short sentences communicate with other people globally. It allows you to promote your content and receive feedback and if people like what they read they will retweet your tweet to their followers.


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Focus on Art, Not on Features: Simple Online Tools for Writers

Focus on Art, Not on Features: Simple Online Tools for Writers | Serial Twitter | Scoop.it

As computer applications mature and its base of users grow, companies tend to continually tweak their functions and add features so that the programs can meet everyone’s needs. Sometimes, the changes are universally accepted, but other times it marginalizes users looking for a specialized and lightweight program.

 

Some writers believe that modern word processors have so many features and options that it interrupts their focus and actually hinders their creative efforts. Because of this hindrance, some writers have forsaken the computer and instead use typewriters or pen and paper.


That said, using those tools may also hinder the ability to create prolifically, but that’s the tradeoff...


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Thanks, I'm glad that you like it :)
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Focus on Art, Not on Features: Simple Online Tools for Writers

Focus on Art, Not on Features: Simple Online Tools for Writers | Serial Twitter | Scoop.it

As computer applications mature and its base of users grow, companies tend to continually tweak their functions and add features so that the programs can meet everyone’s needs. Sometimes, the changes are universally accepted, but other times it marginalizes users looking for a specialized and lightweight program.

 

Some writers believe that modern word processors have so many features and options that it interrupts their focus and actually hinders their creative efforts. Because of this hindrance, some writers have forsaken the computer and instead use typewriters or pen and paper.


That said, using those tools may also hinder the ability to create prolifically, but that’s the tradeoff...


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Tom George's comment, November 18, 2011 1:22 PM
Great Sccoop.it page really glad I found it. Thanks.
Martin Gysler's comment, November 18, 2011 3:21 PM
Thanks, I'm glad that you like it :)
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How To Send A Power Tweet That Increases Engagement by 400%

How To Send A Power Tweet That Increases Engagement by 400% | Serial Twitter | Scoop.it
There is a Twitter tool that synergizes, feeds and enhances the Twitter and Blogging ecosystems that promises to make your tweets live longer and as a marketer and a blogger that sounds like something I may be "very" interested in!

 

The web is a seething mass of people sharing on social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube and they are monster networks with hundreds of millions of participants that drive billions of shares and tweets.


It is estimated that every 20 minutes on Facebook, 1 million links are shared and each month 30 billion pieces of content are posted.

 

On Twitter this hyperactivity continues with 1 billion tweets shared every week.

 

Underneath these social media giants sits secondary and tertiary social networks and applications that feed off their activity. These platforms provide niche communities with places to play, share and explore in an ever changing landscape of ecosystems that tempt you with features and tools that are designed to engage you and addict you.

 

Are You a Hyper Active Social Media Participant?...

 

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12 Most Twitterific Reasons to Participate in Tweet Chats

12 Most Twitterific Reasons to Participate in Tweet Chats | Serial Twitter | Scoop.it

Keeping up with every new social media tool is like trying to catch the wind. Impossible. It reminds me of my old expense account days in the 80’s, when I was single, and we made sport of finding and trying the hottest new restaurant. That was easy compared with the onslaught of new tech hitting us so often, so much, and so without parallel in human history.

 

What to do? Well, we all must make choices. For the longest time, I resisted Twitter. Now I can’t live without it. I also resisted going Mac. I even resisted an iPhone. Now, I’m Apple all the way.


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How to use Twitter to monitor your brand

How to use Twitter to monitor your brand | Serial Twitter | Scoop.it

Tips & tools for tracking what’s being said about your nonprofit


Target audience: Nonprofits, NGOs, cause organizations, social enterprises, businesses, brands, bloggers, social media managers, individuals.

 

This is part of our ongoing series on how organizations can get the most out of Twitter. Please see below for other installments in this series.

 

People are talking about your nonprofit, especially on Twitter. Research shows that one out of three Twitter users talk about brands in their tweets. You don’t have the time to moniter your organization’s Twitter stream all day long, hoping to catch any mentions of your name... 


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How To Change From A Social Media User Into A Social Media Leader

How To Change From A Social Media User Into A Social Media Leader | Serial Twitter | Scoop.it

I created and then abandoned a Twitter account many months ago. I had virtually zero reputation outside of Twitter when I started. And it wasn’t an account that became popular by following everyone back or using other tricks. On the abandoned account, all tweets were removed except one, which said:

 

Do not follow this account, follow this other account instead.

 

However, nearly 100,000 people followed the old account in the coming months (though many figured out their error eventually, and switched to the new one). That’s the power of a leader’s reputation in social media. Reputation can bring people to you even after you have left...


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