Are some words more likely to attract twitter likes and automatic Favorites than others?


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Just like when attracting more likes, there are certain words that could instantly boost your automatic favorites.  Tweeting the words “new blog post,”, “great tips,” “get help” or “how to” often spark interest among twitter users. And more interest in your tweets will often lead to a favorite or a retweet if the content is great. But before looking up for the most intriguing words to use on twitter, it is also important that you understand the nature of your following.

When your followers are your close friends who like to update about their personal lifestyles, using words perceived to attract less interest like “lol”, “boring,” or “hey” could actually be what will make you get many automatic favorites. The sad reality however is that people aren’t interested in some casual words that do not add any value to your tweet. Instead, the thought provoking keywords, attention grabbing quotes and attractive pictures are often the things that make feel interested in your posts and probably give you many retweets and likes.