In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to create a pre-written “Retweet” link or button. What this means is that with a click of a button, the browser will go to your Twitter account and create a new Tweet with your pre-written message in it.
Now, I’m having a hard time explaining this in words so just go ahead and click on the link below (it will open your Twitter account in a new window):
Get the idea?
There are a lot of applications for this technique. You can add it to a blog post or a webpage. Then send a Tweet out to your followers. This message could be forwarded really quickly all throughout the Twitterverse! Try it and see.
So how do you do this for your own blog or website?
Here Are The Steps:
Go to Twitter and type the message that you want “Retweeted”. Make sure that it’s within the 140 character limit. In the example above, the ReTweet message is this:
Go http://www.blooberry.com/indexdot/html/topics/urlencoding.htm and convert the text into a “URL-Safe” encoding format.
Basically, the tool converts this:
Add this link to the beginning of your message:
In the example above, the URL would be:
Now all you need to do is create a hyperlink with that URL. You could leave it as a text link or use an image like what I did in the example above.
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Try this software: TweetAdder
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