Cool Tip On How Your Blog Posts Gets Easily Retweeted By Your Readers and Followers

In this article I am going to share with you a cool tip on how your blog posts gets easily retweeted by your readers and followers. You already know that the more your blog posts are being retweeted, the more you will gain exposure and the more traffic you will get which means more leads and more sales for your online business. But the question is how do you make it easy for your readers and followers to retweet your blog posts?

Here is a cool tip on how your blog posts gets easily retweeted by your readers and followers: blog

There are 2 easy ways actually. One is to install a plugin called DiggDigg and the other one is to install a plugin called Twitter @Anywhere Plus.

1. DiggDigg – is an All-in-One social buttons. It is a WordPress plugin, which is used to integrate following social voted buttons :

Digg
Linkedin
Reddit
Dzone
Yahoo Buzz
Twitter
TweetMeme
Topsy
Facebook Share / Like
StumbleUpon
Delicious
Sphinn
Google Buzz buttons
Designbump
The web blend
BogEngage
Serpd

You can set this up to show the social buttons to float on the left side of your blog. I myself prefer the floating display than the normal display because your readers can see it wherever they are on your blog post. In normal display, your social buttons are just displayed at the top of your article so when your readers browse at the bottom of your article, those social buttons can’t be seen anymore. Which means harder for your readers and followers to retweet your blog post. To see an example of how this floating thing looks like at the left side of my blog post, click here.

2. Twitter @ Anywhere Plus – this plugin allows you to easily add Twitter @ Anywhere to your blog, enabling the @ Anywhere features. In order to use @ Anywhere, you must first register your blog as an @ Anywhere application to get a Twitter API key (Consumer key). You can do so at the following URL here. This plugin is so easy to set up. Once you have installed it on your blog, just go to the settings page and set it up with your twitter username and the rest are just basic. Although simple, this plugin can give your blog more power because your readers can now easily retweet your blogpost which drives more exposure to your blog posts and articles. To see an example of how this plugin looks like when activated on your blog, click here and browse at the bottom of the post.

Just to reiterate, that it is easier for your readers and followers to retweet your blog posts if your social buttons are easy to find and are very visible. Best way to do this is to install a plugin called DiggDigg and Twitter @ Anywhere Plus.

So there you have it. I hope that you have learned something on this article about a cool tip on how your blog posts gets easily retweeted by your readers and followers.

Now your turn…. What are your strategies to make it easy for your readers to retweet your blog posts? Please leave a comment and join in the discussion.

Author: Sonny Lanorias
Sonny is an Online Entrepreneur and a Stay At Home Dad who lives in Davao City, Philippines with his wife, Nora and daughter, Nicole. Sonny has been consistently making money from home since 2010 and is considered by many as the # 1 online entrepreneur in Davao City Philippines on the subject of Home Based Internet Marketing Business. Sonny has generated hundreds of leads on the Internet by using blogging, social media, web 2.0 and SEO and loves to teach and train others to match his online success.

19 Responses to “Cool Tip On How Your Blog Posts Gets Easily Retweeted By Your Readers and Followers”

  1. SEOGuy says:

    These toolbars are indeed an awesome way to increase clicks. I personally favor Easy Buttons for WordPress blogs which behave the same way. But the point is to have the bar made available. Thanks for your tips.

    • Sonny Lanorias says:

      Thanks for your comments. Yeah as long as they are visible and easy for readers to click, then that would be get the job done. Thanks again.

      `Sonny

  2. Rasheed says:

    Thanks for the tips! What about Sharebar? How’s that fare against DD?

  3. Sonny Lanorias says:

    Yo Rasheed,

    Thanks for your comments. Haven’t used sharebar so far. But any tool that makes it easy for your readers to RT your post is awesome. Thanks again.

    `Sonny

    • Jym says:

      Sharebar had some problems on my blog, but I know others that use it.

      There’s a few cool floating plugins – DiggDigg is great, so are GetSocial and Smart Sharing.

      Gotta make it as easy as possible for people to share!

      I kinda like that you add Twitter links into your commenter’s comments too Sonny. I guess that encourags Twitter connection on another level again…

      Nice work mate!

  4. Flik says:

    Heya Sonny.

    Your tips are really effective. I’m not into online business yet yet or whatsoever.,But I think I can really apply this to my online business that I’m planning really soon,. social networking sites and blogs are are really a big help to our economy nowadays. More power to you.

    • Sonny Lanorias says:

      Yo Flik,

      Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment. I appreciate it man! Yeah social networking sites are awesome these days so take advantage of it once you’ve decided to launch your online business. Come back soon.

      `Sonny

  5. Celine says:

    I really appreciate those tips you have shared Sonny Lanorias, these are excellent and can applied in online businesses. i am using this DD but as a bookmarking site, i never knew that this can help me .

  6. cally says:

    Cool tips! I would love consider this one since i am just a beginner when it comes to blogging… using social media can indeed be a great way to when it comes to blogging… i am glad i have learned about this one

  7. Tatina says:

    I am so glad that i found this post, i may apply this to my self and i believe that social media really big help now a days.I am really appreciate i found this very informative post.

  8. Ira says:

    Hi Sonny,

    I’ve always been wondering how bloggers made this social media toolbar floating at the left. lol I didn’t have an idea that this is a plugin. The two tools you mentioned are indeed very helpful because as a reader myself, I only retweet posts that have easy options like the Twitter @ Anywhere Plus.

    • Sonny Lanorias says:

      Hello Ira,

      Thanks for leaving a comment. Yeah thats a plugin so now you know 🙂 Glad that I was able to help. Thanks again.

      `Sonny

  9. EAB says:

    Thanks for the tip, Sonny. I already use DiggDigg on some of mysites, but I din;t know about Twitter @ Anywhere Plus. I’ll have to check it out.

  10. Really cool post Sonny! It definitely helps to be up to date with the latest plugins available to maximize the use of twitter to boost our brand.

  11. Matthew Share says:

    Excellent share, Sonny! I’ve actually done some research about the effectiveness of social media sites, and twitter is actually the top on the list. Most bloggers get a lot of traffic via retweets. So the importance of these tools are stressed a lot, and rightfully so.

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