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Tweeting With Comments Comes To Twitter

by Admin on April 18, 2015

One of the main complaints that people have with Twitter is that, unlike third party or mobile apps, such as Tweetdeck or Twitter for Mobile, you can't add a comment to your retweets (unless you do them manually). Well, no more! Early last week Twitter FINALLY launched its "ReTweet with Comment" feature on the desktop version of Twitter. Today, if you click on the Retweet button you will get this:

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It allows you to click either Auto Retweet (where you have nothing to add):

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or to add your own comment:

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One thing to bear in mind is that the comment section of this new feature allows you up to 116 characters. This is certainly very beneficial as prior to this (on other apps/platforms) your comments on retweets had to make do with whatever characters were left over from the original tweet.

Thanks Twitter!

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Using Twitter Ads To Target Specific Twitter Audiences

March 12, 2015

Tweet The other day I came across a website called Squared which is: the award-winning digital marketing course for ambitious marketing managers, bright grads and professionals looking to enter the industry. Built by the best practitioners and delivered online, we are a new movement in career learning. Curious as to what this new offering was, […]

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12 Tools To Help You Analyse Competitors Online

March 9, 2015

Tweet Very often when asked to conduct consultancy for clients I will begin by looking at how effective their competitors are online. It is important to understand how you compare with your competitors and to learn and evaluate how well they are using digital tools. This is also something that the students on our CAM […]

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Well Done To Our CAM Diploma Students!

March 3, 2015

Tweet Once again our CAM Diploma students have done us proud. Everyone has passed their chosen modules and a couple of students have now achieved their CAM Diploma in Digital Marketing. They have worked very hard to achieve this qualification and we wish those students all the very best in their digital marketing careers/endeavours. For […]

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Three Apps To Play Around With This Weekend

February 13, 2015

Tweet These are three apps that I have started to use recently and which I'd like to share with you. The first is Canva, a online graphic design tool which allows you to create great designs, using Canva's resources or even uploading your own. I'm using it a the moment to create enhanced Twitter photos […]

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Filtering Out Spam Referrals On Google Analytics

February 6, 2015

Tweet Since November it appears that a couple of domains have been sending a lot of traffic in to this website. In most cases one would argue that the more traffic, the merrier! However, in this case they were not from quality websites and directories, such as CIM, but from so-called Spambots. I'm not going […]

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The Social Maps of Cities

January 18, 2015

Tweet This is a fascinating, brief (5 mins) TED talk by Dave Troy on the Social Maps of Cities. Using data from tweets he helps us to visualise cities like Baltimore, San Francisco and Rio de Janeiro in a way that we have never seen them before. And as the overview on TED says: "Dave […]

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Exploring The Twitter Search Engine

January 16, 2015

Tweet The first tweet was written almost 9 years ago and looked like this: just setting up my twttr — Jack (@jack) March 21, 2006 In that time Twitter reckons that hundreds of billions of tweets have been created. Some of them were milestones in the way that information was diffused to the public at […]

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