When you're posting your show, blog, and other content to Twitter, two things to remember when writing the actual Tweet:
- Give the URL link early (don't make them search for it);
- If you are using hashtags, which we highly recommend, make sure they are not butted up or in front the URL. Here's why – The lion's share of your followers and fans will view your Tweet on their phone. If they use their thumb to click the link, there's a chance that they could accidentally hit the hashtag, which will take them nowhere.
The best practice is to include your hashtags at the end of the Tweet, not in the content.
Another thing to keep in mind is that if you are using an automated posting tool, like SocialOomph, which is the one we use, or the others available, leave yourself plenty of room.
In other words, don't max out 140 characters. If you do (and I've done this), you run the risk of having your Tweet rejected or cut off. Both of which are bummer trips.
Until next time…. Remember this… Living a life true who you are, is the greatest gift you can give to yourself, your family, society, and I believe, to God.
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