I’ve seen a lot of people using Click to tweet feature, where you create a tweet, enter it on their site and you get a short link as your “click to tweet”. But why use a service you don’t control when you can create your own click-to-tweet.

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Written by tiroberts
675 days ago

Hi Brankica,

Really great blog post. I've only used the "click to tweet" feature once in one of my blog posts. I didn't really notice too much of an increase in my tweets. But I"m not giving up. I plan on using this again in my up coming case study post. I'm hoping to see better results with it this time around. Thanks for sharing this with us. Hope you're having a rockin' weekend ;).

Ti



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