Do you wonder which one is a fit for your business?
Twitter cards enrich your tweets with additional content, media and calls to action.
In this article I’ll share eight types of Twitter cards, how to install them and their analytics options.
#1: The Summary Card
If your business has a blog or any page devoted solely to information, then you need the summary card. The summary card lets you include the title, description, a thumbnail image and Twitter handle attributions for a page.
There is also a summary card with large image, which includes just that—a larger image from the page, as opposed to a square thumbnail image.
— Search Engine Land (@sengineland) May 13, 2014
Welcome to our weekly edition of what’s hot in social media news. To help you stay up to date with social media, here are some of the news items that caught our attention.
What’s New This Week?
Twitter Rolls Out Website Card: The Twitter website card “allows users to easily discover interesting content while giving advertisers the ability to drive a higher volume of URL clicks since users are able to preview an image, related context and a clear call to action in their timeline before tapping.”