Simple truth: Tweets with images get more retweets than tweets without images, according to a recent research by Dan Zarrella from HubSpot.
Dan collected a dataset of more than 400,000 randomly selected Tweets and the number of times each tweet received a “new school” (native) ReTweet. In fact, he found that tweets with images from the native twitter.com are 94% more likely to be retweeted. Impressive?
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