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  • http://twitter.com/MBUKSocial Paul

    I happen to agree with everything you said apart from No5, obviously asking for a RT is going to get more chance of the desired action happening, however, as part of the new algo changes in google and being more socially aware, Google understands that by asking for a RT you are effectively trying to game the system. So any value you may have had in the exposure is lost.

    • http://twitter.com/SeoFuturity Ed Truman

      I also agree without No5…

  • http://womeninbusinessradio.com Michele Price

    test

  • LindaAW

    Good evening Jeff!

    Thank you for a most helpful review…. I’ve been here before and explained I don’t know what I’m doing with twitter (or any other social network for that matter!) and now I’m feeling a little more confident.
    Except I really don’t get the hash tag bit. Where do I find what the hash tag is?

    Kind regards,
    L

    • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

      Just do some Google searching. There isn’t a Bible of hashtags that I am aware of.

      • LindAW

        Cheers, you’re a gem!
        I’d been trying to find something on the Twitter site itself which would give me the golden key…
        L

      • MC

        Yah there is a Bible of Hashtags – try this one tagdef.com

  • DebbyBruck

    That’s funny, Michele. “Test” works to create intrigue. People can let you know your #Twitter works just fine. @prosperitygal:disqus

  • http://twitter.com/ClickWhisperer Click Whisperer

    I like to use a “cheat sheet” to help me overcome writer’s block when I’m putting together an ed-cal of scheduled tweets.

  • http://twitter.com/Mkmzmagazine Marketing Magazine

    It’s quite interesting to know that’s recommendable to tweet when people is busy. Awesome.

  • http://www.brickmarketing.com/ Nick Stamoulis

    Hashtags are beneficial but you don’t want to go hashtag crazy. Include one or two that are very relevant. More than that makes the post looks cluttered.

    • http://twitter.com/BhatiaDipti Dipti Bhatia

      I totally agree with you Nick. Too many hashtags is very annoying and especially when people start a tweet with a hashtag.

  • http://twitter.com/1stwebdesigner Dainis Graveris

    Awesome tips, Jeff! Didn’t know that busy hours get so much bigger engagement and how valuable is to keep shorter tweet with link!

    Will keep on using them on my own, tweeting it out to my followers n short message!

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  • http://blog.ushackers.com/ Ashish Kumar

    nice info jeff
    Thanks
    I am gonna try them

  • http://twitter.com/websa100 Websa100

    Excellent Jeff, thanks for your very useful tips on how to better use Twitter. We will use them and let you know the results. We RT !

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  • http://twitter.com/fozeeee Stephen Forster

    Thanks for the post Jeff I am just learning to use twitter and fit in as you put it, this post helps a lot as did your follow on Twitter.

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  • http://twitter.com/m_raoul raoul mangoensentono

    For posting on optimal reading hours I use hootsuite auto scheduling. It’s quite a handy tool. And for my links in tweets I use bitly to shorten them and to be able to follow their click statistics.

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  • http://twitter.com/TheVoShow Sandy Vo

    Excellent post Jeff! Thank you

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  • giselleaguiar

    You’re wrong on the hashtag #social media. It should be all one word #socialmedia. Otherwise, only the word social becomes clickable. Spaces and other punctuations don’t work on hashtags only letters do.

    • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

      You are right Giselle the hashtag has to be one word

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  • Luigi Colaiacomo

    thanks Jeff, as always, an excellent job.

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  • http://www.stephendwalker.com Stephen Walker

    Much food for thought. Like raoul mangoensentono reference to Bitly statistics, I didn’t know they existed.