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How to Create One-Click Tweet Link for More Retweets [Quicktip]

Twitter is quite popular site to get traffic for your blog. Only, if you are sharing right stuff at right time and to right peoples. If you want your posts to get shared on twitter and get more retweets from specific people, then here is what you should do. You should create a link after clicking which the user will get the message you want to retweet on the tweet box. What he have to do is press the tweet button.

Create One-Click Tweet Link

Spreading tweets with these links are found to be more effective, atleast for me. Whenever people will click on this One-Click Tweet Link, they will be redirect to twitter profile where the message will already be written.It would work like charm if you have followers of your niche, as in my case. Here is how to get started with this.

Jump to a site, ClicktoTweet, and type the message with the link you want to get retweeted. After typing the message, just click on Generate Link and it will create a link for the message. Copy the link and share in your blog posts, facebook and ofcourse on twitter.

Post to Twitter : http://clicktotweet.com/7saki

Don’t forget to check and tweet the link for this post to your followers! And you can always follow us @designskew on twitter.

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