Like I said recently, if you haven’t added a “ReTweet This’ button to your blogs yet, now is the best time to do so. The ReTweet button will boost your blog readership. Well, at least based on what happened to my recently opened blog.
But of course, you should still promote your blog posts on both your Twitter account and Facebook updates and other social media/sharing sites to get people to read your blog posts. And if you’re confident that you have made a compelling blog posts, hopefully readers will ReTweet your posts using the “ReTweet button.
So here, we have some of the WordPress Plugins that lets you easily add the “ReTweet This” button to your blog. All these plugins are proven to work on the latest vesion of WordPress.TweetMeme Button – shows a live count of the number of times your webpage or blog post has been tweeted
Easy ReTweet – this is the plugin I’m using for my new blog. It let’s you add retweet or Tweet this buttons for your WordPress posts, together with the retweet count. You can activate this plugin automatically or manually if you want to do some customization to make the ReTweet button fit your blog’s overall design.
BigTweet Button – allows you blog readers to easily tweet about your posts without leaving your blog. It features three button sizes in blue theme that you can choose to implement on your blog. The Plugin uses Bit.ly for URL shortening.
Topsy Widgets – this plugin puts a button on your blog posts that shows how many times it has been retweeted. It also allows your visitors to retweet your posts easily. What’s good about this ReTweet plugin is that it can turn tweets into blog comments.
ReTweet.com button – this is the official button plugin of ReTweet.com. It features full admin options, hide buttons on home page, pages, posts etc, option to display the retweet button at top or bottom, and various button sizes.
Originally posted on November 3, 2009 @ 10:32 pm