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How You Can Get More Retweets on Twitter (Infographic) You've built a following, but are your fans relaying your message? Here are some tips that can help.

By Kevin Allen

This story originally appeared on PR Daily

Every brand with a Twitter account wants retweets. And all Twitter users--whether they'll admit it or not--also really want retweets. But how do you get the masses to press that magical "retweet" button?

First of all, there's a sweet spot for the amount of characters your tweet should have--anywhere from 70 to 100.

#insert RSS here#

You should also include a link and a relevant hashtag, as those tend to get more retweets.

If you're blatant about soliciting retweets, you'll be happy to know that the phrase "please retweet" has a 51 percent retweet rate. But nobody's that desperate. Are they?

For more on how to get retweets, check out the infographic "The Art of Getting Retweets" below.

How You Can Get More Retweets on Twitter (Infographic)
Image credit: visual.ly

Kevin Allen is a contributor to PR Daily.

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