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How to embed Tweets on a wordpress site.
Why embed your Twitter timeline to your website?
- Fresh content each time you post to Twitter.
- Automatic site updates. No more login headaches to enter a simple update.
- Time saver
- Keeps visitors coming back to see what's new
I use tweets from Bible Verse Twits to automatically update the website BibleTweeter.com
This is accomplished in 6 easy steps shown and numbered below. Screen shots have been added for additional clarification.
- It’s done with a “widget”
- Login to twitter
- Click on “Settings”
- Click on “Widgets”
- Click on “Create new”
- If you’re ok with default settings as seen in the preview, then click “Create Widget”
- Save changes
- Copy and paste into the html of a wordpress page.
To see what an embedded widget looks like, visit www.BibleTweeter.com
You'll notice that tweets are posted every 1 hour. I'm currently going through the Book of Genesis. I've accomplished this using the scheduling tool www.AzulSocial.com and that's post for another day.
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This cool twitter tool is all set up to make money and has an easy to use admin section.
I will also provide developer contact info. $1000 OBO. I'll also give you one year hosting so it can remain on my server til you get ready to move it.
This article describes the site in great detail.
When a tweet is retweeted, the message is shared with the retweeter's followers promoting said message to much wider circles. This ripple effect is amplified with each retweet occurrence.
Retweeter.us makes it easy to get & give retweets using a credit points system.
It works very simply.
Earn credit points
- upon joining
- by following users
- by performing RTs
- by referring others
Use credit points
- on new followers
- by requesting RTs
When submitting a tweet for possible retweetion (and considering account credits) users:
- specify minimum number of followers required by a user to perform retweet.
- specify desired number of retweets
When considering retweeting for credit points, users:
- Are shown tweets available for retweetion
- Users select messages they're willing to retweet
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RETWEETS - THE RIPPLE EFFECT
A pebble tossed into water analogy best describes the ripple effects caused when a tweet is retweeted.
[quote from WiseGeek.org] When a person throws a pebble into a pond, he will see a splash & possibly hear the resounding plunk of the pebble. He might notice concentric circles rippling out from the locus point of where the pebble hit the water. The thrown pebble might also have other effects: it might frighten a nearby duck that leaps out of the water, hit another rock and bounce off, or scare a bunch of fish as it sinks into the pond. The person who throws the rock is connected to the pebble, the water and, by his actions, to the duck and the fish. He has caused change through a single and simple act. In education, this concept is known as the ripple effect.