What is the perfect of length for posts to Twitter and Facebook
What’s the perfect of length for posts to Twitter, Facebook, and more, for the best impact possible.
THE IDEAL LENGTH OF A TWEET IS 100 CHARACTERS
A spike in retweets among those in the 71-100 character range–so-called “medium” length tweets. These medium tweets have enough characters for the original poster to say something of value and for the person retweeting to add commentary as well.
THE IDEAL LENGTH OF A FACEBOOK POST IS LESS THAN 40 CHARACTERS
THE IDEAL LENGTH OF A GOOGLE+ HEADLINE IS LESS THAN 60 CHARACTERS
To maximize the readability and appearance of your posts on Google+, you may want to keep your text on one line and not exceeding 60 characters.
THE IDEAL LENGTH OF A HEADLINE IS SIX WORDS
THE IDEAL LENGTH OF A BLOG POST IS SEVEN MINUTES, 1,600 WORDS
A photo-heavy post could bring the average down closer to 1,000.
THE IDEAL WIDTH OF A PARAGRAPH IS 40-55 CHARACTERS
THE IDEAL LENGTH OF AN EMAIL SUBJECT LINE 28-39 CHARACTERS
The general rule of thumb in email marketing is to keep your subject line to 50 characters or less.
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