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Twitter: Check Out The Top 10 Most ReTweetable Words

Okay, You got me; it’s really the Top 20 Most ReTweetable Words*, but 10 gets ReTweeted more often, so I led with that!  And after all, that is the point of this article… when trying to get the word out about your site, which words you choose to use make a big difference.  I can’t tell you whether 10 is ReTweeted more than 20 because it’s used more often, or if it gets ReTweeted more often because people have a finite amount of time and choose to read shorter lists.  What I can share with you is the fact that 10 gets more ReTweets, which is what we’re after here.  When crafting your blog post title and tweets to promote your posts, consider including words that people often choose to ReTweet to give your content a better chance of being shared.

Top 2o Most ReTweetable Words:

Top 20 Most ReTweetable Words

Top 2o Most ReTweetable Words Cloud

Top 2o Most ReTweetable Words Cloud

1. You

2. Twitter

3. Please

4. Retweet

5. Post

6. Blog

7. Social

8. Free

9. Media

10. Help

11. Please ReTweet

12. Great

13. Social Media

14. 10

15. Follow

16. How To

17. Top

18. Blog Post

19. Check Out

20. New Blog Post

There are a couple of obvious trends to make use of in this list: people like to Tweet about Social Media and they like to help when asked.  Make sure to ask your engaged audience to ReTweet and don’t forget to use the magic word- Please!  You’ve probably spotted the clever inclusion of several of these words in the title of this post to make for easy sharing… and if you followed a link here from Twitter- Please ReTweet! See how easy that is?

*HubSpot recently released data complied from a variety of sources, including analysis of their 3,700 business customers, surveys with hundreds of businesses responding, analysis of the data in their free tools like Website Grader, Twitter Grader and Facebook Grader.  Their tools are fantastic; I use them and I suggest that you do, too! The results are both interesting and useful if applied properly; this is the third article in a series highlighting ways to make use of this information.

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Laura Pence Atencio

As Founder and CEO of Social Savvy Geek, LLC., Laura Pence Atencio is passionate about helping entrepreneurs and business owners meet and exceed their goals. She is committed to providing the most engaging and effective strategies in online marketing by combining traditional business networking and marketing fundamentals and best practices with current and engaging online marketing methods and tactics. Laura has worked with some of the top names in Internet Marketing and has consulted with entrepreneurs, businesses, and nonprofits in the US and abroad. She is the author of the popular article, 10 Tips to Build Your Twitter List Now, which has been published both online and in print in the US, Australia, and New Zealand. A lifetime student herself, Laura has achieved certification as a Computer Administrative Specialist at Beta Tech and has studied Art Education, History, Art History, and Criminal Justice at Virginia Commonwealth University. She is fascinated by learning, sharing and growing, not just in business, but in life. She participates in US Masters Swimming and has ranked in the top 25 nationally in her age group in both the 50 and 100-yard backstroke. She served in the VA Army National Guard as a Combat Engineer in the 229th Engineer Battalion. She never meets strangers, only friends not yet made– an attitude that serves her extremely well in the networking world, both online and off. She currently lives in Denver, CO with her husband, 3-year-old daughter, and German Shephard.

  • Even in Social Media, it pays to be polite, doesn’t it!? LOL! I find that when I ask for someone to follow a new client, or ask for a RT, just because I actually asked, SOME people will do it. Which is better than not asking and having NO ONE do it! I hadn’t thought much about the specific words used, so thanks for this list!

    ~ Raylene @ Off the Wall Social Media Management

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