Today’s guest post is about leveraging a Twitter tool.
The Twitter web intents make the tweets interactive even outside the Twitter website. So the next time you visit an article with a tweet, you can interact with the tweet before leaving the blog. The web intents are known to be mobile friendly and they can be implemented without any fuss. The bloggers consider the Twitter Web Intents to be the most useful feature. In fact, this feature is considered to be superior to the Facebook ‘Like’ button and Google +1. We will now see how bloggers can make the best use of Twitter Web Intents.
Working with web intents
How bloggers can benefit from Web Intents?
Whenever a blogger links any tweet to his blog, the discussion about the post will shift towards the blog. This may sound complicated but in reality the process is a bit easy with the introduction of web intents which also encourages interaction. Secondly, you can add any feedback from your Twitter followers on your blog posts as your resource. So when these conversations are displayed on your blog the readers and followers actually get encouraged to interact with the tweets which, again, act as a resource with the use of web intents. These things are done by the readers with the sole objective to return for action in the future as many may opt to keep the blog comments.
The Twitter web intents are one of the best features for any blogger as the readers find the interactions simple and easy while following the blogs. They can be configured very easily and hence implementation is no great deal. There are some optional parameters which you are always encouraged to try and these include link sharing, replying and pre-preparation of text for Tweet. All these things are quite useful for any blogger. The Twitter Web Intents are tipped to change the way you had been using Twitter till now. No wonder, experts are saying that the life of a blogger has been made simple through these intents. However, the blogger should learn to use it properly to get the desired results.
Alyssa is a writer/blogger. She loves writing traveling and reading books. She contributes in ACS Industrial.