The last few days folks have asked me, how can I find out who retweeted me? When folks utilize the retweet feature within Twitter, it’s pretty easy. Login to Twitter can click Retweets on the right-side navigation. The third column is Your Tweets, Retweeted and provides you a list of all of your Tweets that have been retweeted as well as who did it.
There’s also an API call to capture the retweet data for a given tweet. Retweeting is an activity worth tracking… if someone is promoting your content, you’ve got an advocate for you or your brand. That’s someone you may not only wish to follow, but someone you may want to pursue a deeper engagement with!
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