We’ve all heard of the ‘yokoono’ or ‘yokoono’ Twitter, the one-liner or short story that makes us laugh. It’s a story of wry humor, a smart, witty comment, and a good time. Well, I was doing some simple research and came across some of the yokoono tweets. They were funny, and made me smile every time.
The yokoono is a meme that has become so famous, that it has become a verb. In the old days people would come up with a yokoono, they would post it on their Facebook page and people would get a laugh out of it. Today, people post one of their funny, one liners on Twitter, then retweet all those funny, one liners with a link to their Facebook page.
It’s a good way to get your Twitter followers to check out a funny post or tweet. If you can get them laughing out loud, it’s likely that they’ll retweet it. Plus, if you make the tweet funny enough, they might actually read it on Twitter.
Its a new trend to get your followers to tweet your funny tweet. Some people tweet a link to their Facebook page with a link to their Twitter page. Then their friends might retweet the links, which then will get you a lot more followers. It also helps to get your Twitter followers interested in your funny tweets, since they can retweet them.
A new trend? Well, yes, I might also add, but we’re talking about twitter here. You can get your followers to retweet your funny tweet, but what you really want is for them to retweet your funny tweet because they’re interested.
The social aspects of twitter is what I’m talking about, and it’s a huge part of the reason why I’m so excited about it. There are thousands of people who have joined Twitter, and they are following other people who do the same. So if you’re going to be successful in Twitter, you need to get your followers to also follow you. You can do this by building links to your Twitter page and getting your followers to retweet your links.
You can do this too, but if you want to get it done you will have a lot of work ahead of you. The main reason for building links is to build brand awareness, but I think we can all agree that building links is also a great way to get people to retweet your links.
You have to be careful when doing that though. If you do it too often, you’ll probably start getting into a pattern where you’re building links to things you know your followers will retweet, and because you’re so careful, you end up with a lot of links that don’t really do anything. Also, you’ll probably get a lot of requests for links from people who don’t follow you.
Ive been pretty successful at creating links for my followers that I know will be retweeted. But I have to do it only when I know I have a lot of followers. Otherwise, I get requests from people who dont follow me to follow my tweets.
You dont know if youre getting a click-through from a follower unless youre doing it right. And while youre in the process of creating links, youre not really building a link on your own. Youre just getting a bunch of links that dont do anything.