effective tweets.

Here are some tweets that are more effective than others.

Asking the audience a question in a tweet makes them more interested.

Again. This one is from one of our classmates. By asking the audience how will YOU do it, makes it seem like we have to get involved and question ourselves after reading the article.

What is the sausage thing he’s talking about? Sparks up interest among audience and almost make us feel like we are missing out on something so we feel the NEED to read this article.

Another question. Asking our opinion about the article if it’s going to be a curse or an evolution’s next step.

This one if from Dr Keller. This tweet makes us think, what really is twitter? By reading this article, it seems like it would answer your questions about twitter.

Comparing differences between Tokyo and New York. Questions among culture differences and why it’s Rude in Tokyo and why it’s not in New York.

Asking “Is Noel Gallagher’s new album any good?” can either mean it can be good or bad. People would want to read this article to figure out if Noel Gallagher’s new album is any good.

Such a dramatic way to introduce an article. I don’t know about you but I’d love to check this out.

March Madness is coming up! Again, by asking a question about something big that is going on these days sparks up the interests among their audience.

This tweet from Virgin Media makes it seem like Liam said something outrageous to Ed Harris. Everyone wants to see someone getting smart on the television! You would want to click the link to see the interview, right?


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