A post on the 10,000 Words blog asks if you have ever wondered how tweets get their brand name beside the time stamp? You will see ‘The New York Times’ beside the date on this embedded tweet has a hyperlink to take you directly to the NY Times website.
It’s very simple, actually, provided you have access to a WordPress.org (self-hosted) blog. (Or, if you are a PC user, click here for another solution.)
First, sign into Twitter.com.
Then, in your WordPress installation, you will need to install a plugin called Tweetable.
Click on the 10,000 Words post for the full, step-by-step instructions.
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