Isolating Tweets or Posts

Have you ever wanted to direct a person to the URL of a specific tweet or post, but didn’€™t know where to find it?  The article this week will provide a brief, but extremely useful maneuver that can be used on both Twitter and Facebook. This action saves a lot of time for both you and the person you are directing.

To find the URL of a Tweet, you simply locate the Timestamp of the tweet. (Circled in Red)

When you click on that Time stamp, it will load the Tweet, by itself, onto the original tweeters background.  From this point, the URL that appears on the page is the address to the tweet.  Copy, paste and share away!


Facebook is very similar. Again, find the time stamp of the post. (Circled in Red)


This isolates the post onto another page.  The URL on this page is the web address for that post.

This works really well if you want to share something specific and you want to limit the distractions your content viewer is coming in contact with.

If you are new to Social Media and would like to receive tips and tricks, I invite you to follow my blog, for regular posts about the topic.  As always, feel free to leave any comments or questions in the comment section below.

To your online success,

Jim Neal


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