Support KB Category: Beyond the Basics

FAQs about Retweets (RT)

What is a Retweet?

  • A Retweet is a re-posting of someone else’s Tweet. Twitter’s Retweet feature helps you and others quickly share that Tweet with all of your followers.
  • Sometimes people type RT at the beginning of a Tweet to indicate that they are re-posting someone else’s content. This isn’t an official Twitter command or feature, …

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FAQs about trends on Twitter

Where can I find trends?

Trends are available on Twitter for iPhone, Twitter for Android, and

On Twitter’s iPhone and Android apps, you can find trends by simply tapping on the search icon. When signed in to on a desktop or laptop computer, trends are listed in many places, including the Home, Notifications, …

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FAQs about tailored suggestions – Twitter

What are tailored suggestions?

Tailored suggestions are recommendations of accounts to follow that are most relevant to you. We use tailored suggestions to make it easier and faster to get started on Twitter and find people who are talking about things you care about. This helps you discover interesting accounts to follow on Twitter and …

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What’s a Twitter timeline?

What’s in your home timeline:

When you sign in to Twitter, you’ll land on your home timeline.

  • Your home timeline displays a stream of Tweets from accounts you have chosen to follow on Twitter. New users may see suggested content powered by a variety of signals.
  • You may see a summary of the most …

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What are replies and mentions? – Twitter

You can join the conversation on Twitter by replying to others and by mentioning them in your own Tweets.

What is a reply?

  • A reply is a response to another user’s Tweet that begins with the @username of the person you’re replying to. You can reply by clicking the Reply btn on a Tweet.
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Types of Tweets and where they appear

This article outlines where specific types of Tweets will appear on our site and in your or other users’ profiles. For instance, have you ever wondered where your reply will appear once you’ve sent it?

Normal Tweets:

  • Definition: Any message posted to Twitter containing up to 140 characters.
  • Where it appears for the sender: On …

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About Twitter’s suggestions for who to follow

Who to follow suggestions on Twitter are based on many factors, including your email or phone contacts (if you have chosen to upload them) as well as patterns from your following history. These suggestions are generated by an algorithm, which means you may or may not know the accounts or find them relevant.

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About tailored suggestions – Twitter

Tailor Twitter to your interests.

Tailored suggestions make building a great timeline — filled with Tweets, links, media, and conversations from the people you’re interested in — easier and faster. Twitter can make smarter and more relevant suggestions about who you might enjoy following.

How tailored suggestions work:

When you first sign up for Twitter, …

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About Twitter’s link service (

Below are some frequently asked questions about, Twitter’s link-shortening service.

How does link shortening work?

Links shared on will automatically be shortened to a link. Please note: links are neither private nor public; anyone with the link will be able to navigate to the content.

Why does Twitter have its own link shortener?

  • Shortened links allow …

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  • What is app graph on Twitter?

    To help build a more personal Twitter experience for you, we collect and occasionally update the list of apps installed on your mobile device so we can deliver customized content that you might be interested in. If you’re not interested in a tailored experience you can adjust your preferences at any time (read below). Additionally, …

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    Note: The accepted formula that Auxiliary Mode Inc. uses to calculate the CPM range is $0.45 USD - $25.00 USD.

    The range fluctuates this much because many factors come into play when calculating a CPM. Quality of traffic, source country, niche type of video, price of specific ads, adblock, the actual click rate, watch time and etc.

    Cost per thousand (CPM) is a marketing term used to denote the price of 1,000 advertisement impressions on one webpage. If a website publisher charges $2.00CPM, that means an advertiser must pay $2.00 for every 1,000 impressions of its ad. The "M" in CPM represents the Roman numeral for 1,000.

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