If you post your Bubblews (or any other) links on Twitter, make sure to put the link in the front or middle of the tweet and not on the very end after any hashtags you might use.
When someone retweets your tweet, it will show up with “RT @(yourtwitterhandle)” in front, which adds quite a few characters. Since Twitter has a limit of 140 characters per tweet, your url might be cut off if it is at the end. By putting the link closer to the beginning of the tweet, it’s likely that it will be a hashtag or two that is cut off, instead of your link.
More Twitter tips:
http://www.bubblews.com/news/824152-twitter-tip-a-good-retweeter-checks-the-character-count http://www.bubblews.com/news/867330-twitter-tip-mix-up-those-hashtags http://www.bubblews.com/news/953692-making-a-list-to-manage-your-twitter-feed
Photo and text ©Marie Anne St. Jean, and not to be used without permission. Feel free to share the article via one of the social media share buttons provided.