I didn’t know you could do this. Maybe you don’t either, so I’ll share it.
How do you find out which of your tweets have been retweeted, and by who? Turns out, by looking on the Twitter website!
First, go to twitter.com and log in. Then click the little ‘Retweets’ tab just under the updates box. Should look a little like this:
Click on ‘Your Tweets, retweeted’, as per the arrow.
You’ll see a list of all your tweets that others have retweeted. Cool!
If you then hover over one, and click, a detail pane should pop up, giving info on exactly who retweeted you. Click the image below to make it bigger, if you need to.
So now you know.
10 Social Media Steps is a guide to how people with very little experience get get engaged with social web tools. Taking in a whole range of different services, from social networks to photos sharing to social bookmarking and blogging, I’ll be introducing each tool in an easy-to-understand way, using as many different types of media as possible. It’ll be fun!
The steps will be as follows:
- Join a social network
- Subscribe to some RSS feeds
- Bookmark stuff socially
- Share some photos
- Use online video
- Start blogging
- Stream your thoughts
- Aggregate your life
- Collaborate on the web
- Meet some people
If you want to follow the 10 steps, or (even better) pass them on to people who might get the most benefit, then just point your browser towards here, which will present all the posts.
So, I think that is probably that for this introductory post. You could always amuse yourself watching this video from Common Craft explaining what social media is all about: