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Tweet Me Via Hubpages To Your Twitter Followers To Get Retweets And Score

Updated on December 15, 2014
I love Twitter
I love Twitter

I Love Twitter

Whoo-hoo! You know how much I love Twitter? Well, I do and today I noticed that on one of my hubpages there was a little number indicating that 25 people have Tweeted the Hubpages to their followers.

Just look to the right of the top of your page and you will see both Twitter and FaceBook clickable links with a number indicating how many people have hit the button and shared your article with friends.

Search Engine Optimization

This important vehicle to increase traffic to our Hubpages blogs can spread our stories far and wide.

Showing Appreciation and Thumbs Up

If you find our Hubpages worthy reading, then you will want to share with your friends and followers. In fact, it is a very nice way to Retweet, because instead of reading a tweet with a link, you read the article blog FIRST, make a judgement upon it's value, and THEN send it out by post to others. You are saying, "Hey, take a look at this! I just read this news and I think you should read it too."

Sure, we vote UP, click the useful, awesome, beautiful, interesting choices at the bottom of the page, but who goes that extra mile to post to FaceBook or Twitter?

Your Friendship Is Trusted

And, if you have been managing your Twitter profile properly, the people who follow you actually read your tweets once in a while and will take it for granted that you have something valuable you want to share with them personally.

My Twitter
I presently have over 16,000 followers on Twitter and whenever I have tweeted a friend's superior Hubpages, there have been numerous Retweets which may have added up to a potential of up to hundreds of thousands of new viewers, but realistically to maybe hundreds of additional views.


Rhymes With Twitter

bitter feelings dismiss

chitter chatter don't hiss

critter talk let's walk

fitter bird that's a hawk

flitter bird's wings

fritter days he sings

glitter celebrities follow some

hitter hits to number one

jitter coffee share a cup

knitter eyebrows don't pluck

litter basket no need

pitter patter trash weed

quitter never not I

sitter sat don't die

skitter round the chat

spitter spatter no mat

titter stutter not now

twitter not a quitter

SOME EXAMPLES OF HUBPAGES TO TWITTER TWEETS

I just read Melanie's forum message regarding the sorry FaceBook and Twitter posts people have been making. They have not been well planned and thus, will not receive much response.

  • http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/89123#post1903573

This section of the Hub provides a few examples of the kinds of TWEETS you can send out to followers when you click the TWEET button and post a back-link from the microblogging website.


In this first example you can see the text within the 140 character parameters "Learning about Suicide in this Country" with the shortened URL, which gives Followers ample room to Retweet the message with plenty of room to spare for their own @Name


It is customary to adjust a long title and make it as interesting as possible in the tweet, so that others might actually want to view the blog.


You can make a statement, use a quote or ask a question.


You can add a hashtag to group it with similar type subjects or themes. In the example below I added #teen #compassion #epidemics And, maybe others searching for these words will find the tweet which leads to the blog.


You can see in the next image that 32 people clicked to view this link and 1 person reacted with a comment back to me. Kaz said that it was a scary subject, responding to 'Teen Suicide'


From there I could respond back to here and have a conversation, which might interest more people to go back in time, view the entire conversation and see the link reference


When you hover over the embed link in Twitter with your mouse you will see the link URL code pop up in the small yellow box

How Teen Suicide Epidemic Grows | TWLOHA To Write Love on Her Arms Tells How Megan Matures debbybruck.hubpages.com/hub/Suicide-Epidemic-TWLOHA-To-Write-Love-on-Her-Arms
How Teen Suicide Epidemic Grows | TWLOHA To Write Love on Her Arms Tells How Megan Matures debbybruck.hubpages.com/hub/Suicide-Epidemic-TWLOHA-To-Write-Love-on-Her-Arms

FRIENDS RT FRIENDS | MAKE A NEW FRIEND ON TWITTER

Follow Phoenix_caz  and TheresaHomeopat
Follow Phoenix_caz and TheresaHomeopat

The next two illustrations are very similar. They show two more tweets that were sent about two hours apart with an interesting fact, some hashtags and a link back to hubpages.


And in the image above, you can see that the #gout article was of interest to someone who Retweeted it


Below you can see that same tweet and another person retweeted it. When you build up a big following, when some people have thousands, tens of thousands or hundreds of thousands of followers, one Retweet can make a big impact on how many people may read your work.

NOW FOR THE REALLY FUN PART - GIVING TWITTER LOVE

How to Give #TwitterLove

Here is the demonstration of helping out your neighbor, your twitter partner, your Hubpages community, and Blogging friends when you Send a Tweet to Twitter with a backlink to their Blog.

  • http://debbybruck.hubpages.com/hub/twitterlove


The image below illustrates a link to a super Hubpages blog all about Twitter Tools. A pretty good interest piece for people already using Twitter.


You can see that heykim Retweeted the Tweet

  • https://twitter.com/heykim


To realize the exponential effect this has on someone's blog, just look at how many followers both heykim and juliespera have together. This tells us the potential for increasing number of views and reads to the blog.


Look below and within the hour you can see a potential reach of 38,654 with 7 actual clicks and one response to Melanie's Twitter Blog entitled 9 Awesome Twitter Analytics & Statistics Tools

THAT'S WHAT FRIENDS ARE FOR #GRATITUDE

Follow HeyKim for Great Retweets and thanking a wonderful friend!  twitter.com/#!/heykim
Follow HeyKim for Great Retweets and thanking a wonderful friend! twitter.com/#!/heykim
Follow Julie twitter.com/#!/juliespera
Follow Julie twitter.com/#!/juliespera
Follow Theresa twitter.com/#!/TheresaHomeopat
Follow Theresa twitter.com/#!/TheresaHomeopat

AND THE BEAT GOES ON -- DAY TWO ON TWITTER WITH MORE RETWEETS --------->>>> A. R. Karthick has 29,984 Followers

Twitter / @arkarthick: 9 Awesome #Twitter Analytics The Retweets Can Continue for many days, weeks, or even months.  twitter.com/arkarthick/status/148549381887500288
Twitter / @arkarthick: 9 Awesome #Twitter Analytics The Retweets Can Continue for many days, weeks, or even months. twitter.com/arkarthick/status/148549381887500288

THREE DAYS LATER

Twitter / @nicolascpa The potential lingers as more tweets can be sent repeatedly and retweeted from others  twitter.com/nicolascpa/status/149049260309102592
Twitter / @nicolascpa The potential lingers as more tweets can be sent repeatedly and retweeted from others twitter.com/nicolascpa/status/149049260309102592

MORE HUBPAGES ALL ABOUT TWITTER

  • Twitter: Why Twitter is Special

    29 reasons why I joined and use Twitter. That's why Twitter is special to me. Make a list and realize how much you love to tweet. debbybruck.hubpages.com/hub/Twitter-Why-Twitter-is-Special

  • Trending: How to Block Spam Trends: Twitter Needs Spam Filter

    "Twitter Censoring Trending Topics? Isn't It About Time?" It's a bit of a paradox to bring this subject of censorship and spam to our attention. New Twitter Spam Filter! debbybruck.hubpages.com/hub/TRENDS-Twitter-Needs-Spam-Filter

  • Were You Part of Occupy Wall Street?

    OccupyWallStreet shut down the Brooklyn Bridge, New York City, when peaceful protestors clashed with NYPD police. 500 were arrested. Live stream and Twitter documented the October 1, 2011 events. Become part of social change. debbybruck.hubpages.com/hub/Were-You-Part-of-Occupy-Wall-Street-OccupyWallStreet-Hashtag

  • Trending: How to Block Spam Trends: Twitter Needs Spam Filter

    "Twitter Censoring Trending Topics? Isn't It About Time?" It's a bit of a paradox to bring this subject of censorship and spam to our attention. New Twitter Spam Filter! debbybruck.hubpages.com/hub/TRENDS-Twitter-Needs-Spam-Filter

About the Author

This Hubpages Tutorial illustrates the power of Twitter and Friends Retweeting for their own and other people's blogs. Select the highest quality work and what you think your followers will find interesting, informative, educational and entertaining. Here are some examples.


Debby Bruck, CHOM loves to write about various topics on Hubpages. As a graphic designer she loves to create compositions with the elements of design. Debby is the founder of Homeopathy World Community a social network of professional homeopaths enlightening the world to the healing powers of energy medicines. She was the host of a BTR radio channel on a variety of health topics. Debby believes that homeopathy is the wave of the future that provides hope and healing to those who have tried every other approach. Follow Debby on Twitter

  • homeopathyworldcommunity.com/
  • blogtalkradio.com/homeopathyworldcommunity
  • witter.com/DebbyBruck

Contact Debby: If you have any further questions she is always happy to talk with you.

THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR COMMENTS

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    • Debby Bruck profile imageAUTHOR

      Debby Bruck 

      5 years ago

      Hello Brian. Very happy you found this hub useful. Blessings, Debby

    • B. Leekley profile image

      Brian Leekley 

      5 years ago from Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA

      Up, Useful, Interesting, shared with followers, and bookmarked for further study. I'm still learning about Twitter and will get back to this hub to study the examples.

    • Debby Bruck profile imageAUTHOR

      Debby Bruck 

      6 years ago

      Dear MoonLake ~ The learning curve is slow and long for Twitter, but its worth it. I began Twitter over 3 years ago and the Twitter environment has changed drastically. I'm not sure whether it is easier or harder to manage, but there are many more functions. Try it! Debby

    • Debby Bruck profile imageAUTHOR

      Debby Bruck 

      6 years ago

      Dear Odysseus ~ Happy to be of help. Get going on Twitter, I'll see you there. Debby

    • hawaiianodysseus profile image

      Hawaiian Odysseus 

      6 years ago from Southeast Washington state

      Fascinating tutorial on the efficient usage of Twitter! Thank you so much for sharing your working knowledge with us.

    • moonlake profile image

      moonlake 

      6 years ago from America

      I am not a good twitter person I think I have I don't know maybe three followers if that's what you call them. Very interesting hub and enjoyed reading. Voted up and I will tweet this.

    • Debby Bruck profile imageAUTHOR

      Debby Bruck 

      6 years ago

      Hello Supermom ~ Thanks for the compliments and I hope you gleaned some Twitter tips that can help increase your viewership. Blessings, Debby

    • supermom_in_ny profile image

      supermom_in_ny 

      6 years ago from NY

      I enjoyed the beautiful layout if your hub and the content. Twitter, like StumbleUpon can bring 100s and 1000s of visitors within minutes. This is a great explanation of how it occurs. Voted up! ;)

    • Debby Bruck profile imageAUTHOR

      Debby Bruck 

      6 years ago

      Hello Terri ~ Just this past month I gave my first tutorial class on using Twitter. As you know, listening to NPR or any television channel you will hear the words, "Tweet us on Twitter" or "This Tweet from Twitter" just came in to the show. Twitter has been integrated into every part of social media, and makes news and trends as issues go viral and spreads information quickly. Whether we learn about a new comet, planet, rising star, leader or tsunami, you hear it on Twitter first. Thus, we can all do this with our own business. Blessings, Debby

    • Terri Meredith profile image

      Terri Meredith 

      6 years ago from Pennsylvania

      I'm really not much of a social media hound, though I often tweet and post hubs I like on FB and Twitter. I just don't know how to use it effectively. I guess I'm lazy about learning since I spend most of my free time writing and reading about my own interests. Sounds shallow, doesn't it? Guess I really should start doing a bit more with my account. Voted up and useful!

    • Brett.Tesol profile image

      Brett Caulton 

      6 years ago from Thailand

      Although I'm not a heavy user (barely a 1000 followers), this has inspired me to become more active. Tweeted to my followers, hope a few come your way.

      Great info, voted up and awesome.

    • Debby Bruck profile imageAUTHOR

      Debby Bruck 

      6 years ago

      Hi Vinaya ~ OH! You are the first to mention the rhymes. Muchos gracias! Hugs, Deb

    • Vinaya Ghimire profile image

      Vinaya Ghimire 

      6 years ago from Nepal

      I'm still building my portfolio on social medias. But I do believe its power to transform our life.Thanks for sharing your ideas. I just loved the Rhymes With Twitter.

    • Debby Bruck profile imageAUTHOR

      Debby Bruck 

      6 years ago

      Oh! Thanks a bunch, Dolores. I've written a good number of hubs about Twitter. It's easy to find the TWITTER SHARE BUTTON on any web page. Just Click it, make a few adjustments to the tweet and that's it. Takes just a second of time. Blessings, Debby

    • Dolores Monet profile image

      Dolores Monet 

      6 years ago from East Coast, United States

      I confess to being a twitter idiot and really don't know how to use it effectively. Thanks for the tips. It's so easy to retweet a good article - must do it more often. I'll do it now!

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      Derdriu 

      6 years ago

      Debby, Thank you so much!

      Respectfully, and much appreciation and biggest bestest 2011/2012 wishes to you and yours,

      Derdriu

    • Debby Bruck profile imageAUTHOR

      Debby Bruck 

      6 years ago

      Dear Derdriu ~ I just tweeted your FISH KILL LIMERICK which should win an award. Twitter / @DebbyBruck: Fish Kills: A Lamentable L ... http://bit.ly/s3xoLH (HUGS)

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      Nell Rose 

      6 years ago from England

      Hi, I must admit that I don't use my twitter account much, I should go on and use it not only for myself but help others out too, by reading your hub I see that it makes such a lot of sense, thanks!

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      Derdriu 

      6 years ago

      Debby, What a charming, inspiring, lively poem! In addition, you do a great job in encouraging the Twitter-HubPages connection.

      Thank you for sharing, etc.,

      Derdriu

    • Debby Bruck profile imageAUTHOR

      Debby Bruck 

      6 years ago

      I will be starting to give Twitter Tutorials in 2012 if all goes as planned. It's just as addictive as Hubpages! Blessings and best of luck on Twitter. Debby

      P.S. don't give up too soon. A long learning curve and slow ride up the ladder, unless you hit it big with something innovative and special.

    • Wayne Brown profile image

      Wayne Brown 

      6 years ago from Texas

      I just signed up on Twitter this week to begin promoting some of my hubs. I am currently watching a few to see if it helps. You certainly know a lot about Twitter...I never realized it had so much capability and flexibility. I will be a while learning all that! Thanks for sharing a very information piece. WB

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