Best practice has always been to try to make your content stand out from the crowd on the Twitter feed by means of media like video, images and of course, good content.
Now, there’s another effective tool that Tweeters have in their arsenal: the Twitter Card. These come in a number of formats, and can give you more real estate on the news feed without using up more characters.
To help you get to grips with Twitter Cards, check out this useful infographic, courtesy of SurePayroll.
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