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The GaggleAMP Blog

Please RT - 7 Tips to Encourage Retweets

Posted on 03/18/2016

Retweets are a fantastic way to expand the reach of your social content. Not only will it potentially be seen by all of your followers, but the followers of the person who chooses to share your post. So, you crafted a magnificent 140 character tweet that you know everyone will be interested in seeing, liking and sharing.  But why isn't everybody retweeting your tweet?  Here are 7 tips to get your encourage others to retweet your tweets.

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Topics: retweet, Social Media, Social Media in Corporate Communications, tweet, Twitter

1 Hour Life of a Tweet

Posted on 04/27/2015

Twitter is a great way to connect with users, customers, and clients. GaggleAMP encourages businesses whose content is pertinent to the user base on Twitter to Tweet and interact on that platform regularly. Many marketers are left wondering if their Tweet is finding its way to the right people and for how long their Tweet is truly active. GaggleAMP has found that the life of a Tweet is about 1 hour, and here’s how it breaks down.

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Topics: GaggleAMP, Life of a Tweet, Social Media, Social Media in Corporate Communications, tweet, Twitter

When to Retweet vs Tweet on GaggleAMP

Posted on 01/17/2012

We are often asked by Gaggle Managers whether it is better to post a retweet or an originating tweet to GaggleAMP. The answer is, of course, it depends. GaggleAMP is a means to an end. The end is an objective of a particular message that may feed into the goal of a full campaign. Often times people think that a retweet is preferable as it will get shared by the members of your Gaggle. These members are stakeholders that take the form or advocates, employees, customers etc.

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Topics: Corporate Social Media Use, GaggleAMP, retweet, tweet, Twitter