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Overview

Photos increase response

Photos make a huge difference in getting viewers to engage. Twitter’s data scientist Douglas Mason found that tweets containing photos yield a 35 percent increase in the number of retweets.

PROTIP: Rackspace suggests a “universal” image size of 1600 pixels wide by 800 pixels high with a 160-pixel “padding” of nonessential elements of your graphic or image on the left and right margins.

  • The 2:1 ratio is good for Twitter, who suggest a 1024 x 512 pixel image. On Twitter’s iOS mobile app; images are cropped more significantly on the left and right borders and are displayed at a 1.75:1 ratio.
  • Facebook suggests a 1200 x 630 pixel image
  • Google+ seems to post images at 345 x 195 pixels
  • LinkedIn posts a thumbnail sized image at 180 x 110 pixels

People most followed on Twitter

https://github.com/ducu/twitter-most-followed
publishes the top 100 most followed twitter accounts from among the 13.3K people on Hacker News and Radis ZUNIONSTORE.

See https://www.statista.com/statistics/273172/twitter-accounts-with-the-most-followers-worldwide/

Specific Tweet on AMP

Showing in a page a tweet of the most salient tidbit from that same article is good to do because of the meta associated with the tweet: retweets, likes, etc.

<amp-twitter width=486 height=657 layout=”responsive” data-tweetid=”711272963031470080” data-cards=”hidden”>

This example of a specific tweet uses Goggle’s AMP (Accelerated Mobile) tag:

<amp-twitter width=486 height=657 layout="responsive" 
data-tweetid="711272963031470080" data-cards="hidden">

I found the amp-twitter code on a YouTube video.

I found the data-tweetid on Twitter.com by getting the embed JavaScript.

My most recent tweets

This is displayed using script copied from “Embed” field on the Twitter website:

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