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Seeing a tweet doesn’t have to be a one in a million chance

If you are like me and follow a decent number of people, tweets are scrolling by all day.  You go off Twitter for a day and you’ve missed hundreds of tweets.  Most of them are gone for good – unless you have the patience to scroll through all of your missed tweets – but who has time for that?  Your followers are likely in the same boat, missing your tweets that drive them to your blog site because it came during a time when they were offline or at least in the Twitter-free zone.  What can you do to ensure your tweets are reaching your audience?

10-13-2013 9-38-27 AMLuckily, there is a great WordPress plug-in called Tweet Old Posts.  TOP will randomly retweet your previously posted blog items.  It allows you to set the interval of when to retweet (keeping in mind to keep this spread out if you don’t have a lot of content), what content to repost (based upon hash tags) and the number of tweets to send out.  It’s a great tool to give you a fighting chance in reaching your audience.


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