Do you want to be getting more Retweets?

Do you want to get more retweets? If the answer to this question is YES, then you have to cool down and analyze this infographic retweetscarefully.  I’ve come to realize that there are many reasons why most of us fail to get people to retweets our content. On this infographic, you will discover that its not just about tweeting about awesome contents, but there are many other factors that you must consider first. From the words you use in your tweet to the time of day you tweet.


So if this is a problem to you, and you really want your tweets to go viral all over the internet, then go through the infographic below.


Click on the image below to see a larger view:

The Art of Getting Retweets
Courtesy of: Quick Sprout
What do you think about this infographic?
Do you think that it can be of help in getting more retweets? Please share your comment below.
Theodore Nwangene

Theodore Nwangene is a full time Blogger and Freelance writer. He is the founder of many businesses among which is Top Blogging Coach where he teaches young and would be Entrepreneurs how to create a lasting Internet Business and quit their daily work. Visit his blog and learn many ways you can improve your blogging experience. Connect with him on Twitter and on Facebook.

Akos Fintor - December 10, 2012

Hey Theodore!

Holy Cow!
This infographic blew my socks off. I think these infographic are an excellent way to share information. It’s between videos and text. People love pictures, especially pictures that talk.

On this particular post.
This was one of the best information on how and when rack in some serious RT’s on Twitter.
There were things I didn’t know about, even though I hang out on Twitter some times.

You just got an RT from me! 🙂
Keep this cutting edge content coming, my friend!

    Theodore Nwangene - December 11, 2012

    Hahaha Akos,
    Holy Cow? Never see that one before.
    I’m very glad i can with this infogrphic, thanks for all your lovely compliments.

    To your success

Adrienne - December 11, 2012

I love infographics like this one Theodore where I can actually read them. Some of them are so hard to read because they’s squished everything together.

This is a really cool infographic though and packed full of goodies.

I have one blogging friend that writes the longest headlines. Sure, she wants her posts to get attention from them but when you go to retweet it you have to cut some of it out. I’m sure that’s not exactly what she had planned. I might have to point her here to your post and let her see for herself.

Thanks for sharing Theodore, good stuff.


    Theodore Nwangene - December 11, 2012

    Wow Adrienne,
    MMMMM, I’m flattered. Thanks for those kind words of yours, you’re indeed a darling.

    I also like going through well elaborated infograohic as it will be very simple to understand. I will really appreciate your inviting your friend.

    Thanks for the visit Mate.

Tim Bonner - December 12, 2012

Hey Theodore

That’s a cool infographic and thank you for sharing it with us.

One thing I wouldn’t do is ask for retweets. It seems a little desperate to me and if I ever see anyone asking, I would never retweet. I only retweet things that interest me, not because someone has asked me to.

Interesting that the infographic suggests otherwise but I’m still not convinced!

    Theodore Nwangene - December 13, 2012

    I understand what you mean Tim,
    Personally, there is noting wrong with asking for retweets the right way, its a part of of telling out readers what to do after reading your post, but what exactly is wrong with it aside from the desperate you mentioned? Thanks for stopping by friend and do have a great day.

Chadrack - December 12, 2012

A really good reminder there. I have always known the importance of asking for retweets but don’t really care to use it. I’m sure going to do more of that from now on. Thanks for posting this.

    Theodore Nwangene - December 13, 2012

    Whats Up Chadrack?
    Its been long we spoke, but will call you one of this days. Yea its really effective to ask for retweets and since you know the importance, why not start doing it man? Thanks for coming friend. Just expect my call soon.

Sapna - December 12, 2012

Hi Theodore,

Amazing infographic. I like this idea of retweeting, but never have been serious about that. Now I can surely look into this. This infographic has been very nicely made.

Thanks for sharing this info. Keep up the good work.


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Andrew - December 13, 2012

Awesome infographic! Will soon try to apply as many of these tips as I can, especially using 71-100 characters in my tweets, and also asking for retweets.

51% vs 12% retweet rate, wow that’s some difference!

    Theodore Nwangene - December 14, 2012

    Welcome to TBC Andrew,
    Yea, you have to give them a shot and see what impacts they will create on your business.

    Remember there is no risk in trying, but the highest risk lies in not trying at all.

    Thanks for sharing your candid view with us Andrew. Hope you’ll visit again.

Lisa - December 16, 2012

Great infographic! Love it. I agree with Tim about seeming desperate asking for the re-tweet but this isn’t the first time I’m reading that it gets results. I may have to play with it on occasion to see. Also good reminder not to keep the tweets too long, I may be guilty of that at times. Interesting about the tweets that mention Twitter get more retweets than Facebook. I didn’t know that tidbit! Thank you.

    Theodore Nwangene - December 16, 2012

    Thanks and welcome to my blog Lisa,
    Yea Tim is somehow right but just as you said, the main thing is that it brings results indeed. Its not that bad to ask your readers to retweet your post, the important thing should be the manner at which you asked for it.

    Thanks for your wonderful comment, i really appreciate your visiting me Lisa.

    Happy new week.

Marcel Spitz - December 23, 2012

Does it really matter? Twitter is filled with so much junk and hype? Is it really possible to get re4sults or is it all just too much hahaoo??

    Theodore Nwangene - December 23, 2012

    Hi Marcel,
    I agree with you, but i assure you it does matter. If you follow the instructions shown on that infographic, you start seeing results ASAP.

    Thanks for the visit bro.


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