If you are new to the Twittershere, then take a look at our previous blog How To Twitter: Part 1 – How to Set Up and Optimise Your Twitter Page. Once you have set up your account then you can take a look here for the basics on how to post a tweet.
1. Keep posts in RT (ReTweet) Safe Zone – When someone shares your tweet via “RT @username,” you need to make
sure tweets have a solid 10-20 characters of legroom so they can add this and also their additional text. 120-130 character tweets also have the highest click-through rates.
2. If you want to keep your branding on your Twitter feed intact use Quotes or manually write posts rather than using the retweet button so the post will come from yourself – for example RT @username: ……. you could also post and add in via @username Continue reading