Does anybody specialize with Twitter networking?
I'm concerned with direct messaging. I'm confident in my approach, just not so much whether I should be approaching about what I want: a retweet exchange. I want to approach someone with a similar audience and exchange, for example, a tweet of something on their website through my Twitter, and vice versa. I'm confident that would be fine, but my ambitions don't end there (if someone has four times as many followers do I offer four tweets for one?)
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by Deidre Shelden6 years ago
The link *does* advance to Twitter, but it no longer puts in the hub title and link. It just goes to a blank to fill in on Twitter.
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by Andrew Stewart5 years ago
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