If you’re a particularly alert reader, you remember from an article I wrote this summer that the best time to get a Digg frontpage winning blog post is Noon on Thursday. As it turns out, that finding holds true for reTweetability, according to findings by Dan Zarrella today.
A number of other metrics were identified as well in terms of what makes a particular Tweet go viral. Even more important than the time of day is the apparent presence of the word “please,” which Dan interprets as the necessity of a tweet containing a call to action.
Similarly, a major factor is the presence of a link, which easy an easy enough data point to interpret – people like sharing resources.
The full post is at CopyBlogger, and is worth a read for any content producer.