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Tweets are made up of different parts. Every tweet should have a hook – the tweet body, but you can also add other things to them to make them more effective. Things like hashtags, pictures, links, handles, etc. Not every tweet has to have each of them, in fact, it’s best to mix them up, but they all help your tweet become more effective.
Let’s look at some of them a little bit closer.
Here is a site that offers a free twitter ecourse: http://twittertoolsbook.com/about-us/
The most important part of your tweet is your hook. This is the main text of your tweet that catches the reader’s attention. It might be a call to action, a review snippet, a question, etc.
The best tweets are ones that people can respond to in some way – physically or emotionally.
An effective book tweet, should have a link that they…
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