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Twitter Retweet Accounts for Bloggers: A List

Twitter is a place of large potential.

When you send a tweet out, it’s entirely possible for it to go viral. A slim chance, but it’s possible.

This is because every single tweet has the potential to be seen by thousands of people. There’s no limit on how many people will see your tweet, and hence it’s the perfect place to reach new people.

It’s been a couple months since I started paying attention to blog marketing on twitter. And what I fully dived into is tagging Twitter retweet accounts in my tweets for more exposure.

Now, tweets have a short life on Twitter but it has a bigger chance at being seen if your tweet is sent to a larger audience. If you don’t have a large audience yourself, the retweet accounts have got your back.

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What are Twitter retweet accounts?

They are accounts on Twitter which just retweet other’s tweets.

Usually, there’s a strategy to this. Most of these accounts retweets the tweets that either use their hashtag or tag them in the tweet. You have to be following the account, of course. And this is done without any picking. They retweet ALL of the tweets.

It sounds too good to be true, or weird, but it’s true! These accounts also grow because bloggers follow them in order to be retweeted.

How Twitter retweet accounts help:

Sending out tweets regularly on Twitter will not be very helpful if you have a small following. But there IS a way to break out of it, and that is by getting retweeted.

If you’re retweeted by someone, your tweet will be shown to that account’s followers as well. And if that account has a ton of followers, it’s a really good lift to your tweet.

As retweet accounts usually have a large following, being retweeted by them gives a good lift to your tweet.

Usually, the tweets most people want retweeted are things related to blogging—blog posts, updates, questions, social media posts etc. Things which lead to more followers, views or comments.

Anyone who sees the tweet and is interested in the topic will visit and maybe drop a comment!

Retweet accounts are also mostly followed by bloggers so if you’re looking to gain exposure in the blogging community or build friendships, this helps.

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How to get retweeted?

There are many retweet accounts, and a few really stand out in the blogging community. Each account has their own way of retweeting.

Some retweet upon being tagged and others retweet on using their hashtag. Some accounts ask for both. And all accounts mandate that you should follow them to be retweeted.

You can include more than one retweet account per tweet. Different bloggers recommend different number of tags, so you can experiment and decide what you want to do. I usually keep it 4 to 8.

Here are a few samples of how I do it:

List of Twitter Retweet Accounts I Follow & Tag

A while back, I went spent some time looking for accounts who’s tribe I like and that seem nice. I compiled a list of accounts along with how to be retweeted by them.

It’s easier to know who to tag when you have it all in one place. And that’s why I’m writing this post, because it’ll make things easier for you as well.

I’ve also been tagging them for a while now, so you can be assured that ALL of these DO retweet. My tweets have been retweeted by them and it does help my blog.

Note: I will be updating this list as and when I find more accounts. Will also update if I find that any have become inactive.

@FemaleBloggerRT

As you can probably guess, this is for the brilliant women who are boss girls with their blogs.

How to be retweeted: TAG them in your tweet with @FemaleBloggerRT

@allthoseblogs

How to be retweeted: TAG them in your tweet with @allthoseblogs

@BBlogRT

How to be retweeted: TAG them in your tweet with @BBlogRt

@Bloggeration_

How to be retweeted: TAG them in your tweet with @Bloggeration_

@BloggersTribe

How to be retweeted: Add their HASHTAG your tweet #BloggersTribe

@SincerelyEssie

How to be retweeted: TAG them in your tweet with @SincerelyEssie

@BloggingBabesRT

How to be retweeted: TAG them in your tweet with @BloggingBabesRT

@BloggingBeesRT

How to be retweeted: Add their HASHTAG your tweet #BloggingBeesRT

@theclique_uk

How to be retweeted: Add their HASHTAG your tweet #theclqrt

@BloggersHut

How to be retweeted: TAG and add their HASHTAG to your tweet like so – @BloggersHut #BloggersTribe

@LovingBlogs

How to be retweeted: TAG them in your tweet with @LovingBlogs

@TeacupClub__

How to be retweeted: Add their HASHTAG your tweet #TeacupClub

@TRJForBloggers

How to be retweeted: Add their HASHTAG your tweet #TRJForBloggers

@CBeeChat

How to be retweeted: Add their HASHTAG your tweet #BeeChat

@ThePINKPages_

How to be retweeted: TAG them in your tweet with @ThePINKPages_

@WakeUp_Blog

How to be retweeted: TAG them in your tweet with @wakeup_blog

@BlogNetwork_

How to be retweeted: Add their HASHTAG your tweet #TheBlogNetwork

@SLCoLab

This account is mainly for collaboration between brands and bloggers but they retweet as well.

How to be retweeted: Add their HASHTAG your tweet #LetsCoLab

@GoldenBloggerz

How to be retweeted: TAG them in your tweet with @GoldenBloggerz

@OurBloggingLife

How to be retweeted: TAG them @OurBloggingLife or use the HASHTAG #OurBloggingLife

@cosyblogclub

How to be retweeted: TAG them in your tweet with @cosyblogclub

@BloggersHood

How to be retweeted: Use the HASHTAG #BloggersHood

Bonus Tip!

When writing tweets with your links, write a small message about the link.

What’s the blog post about? What do you post on your Instagram? Why should others follow your Twitter account?

The above questions are an example to show what you should answer in the message. Don’t make it too long, though. One to two sentences is a good tweet message for a link.

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