Perfect Tweet Crafter

Send the perfect tweet every time. Copy, paste, tweet.

Automatically generate the best tweet for any link.
Use this extension to automatically be suggested the best tweet for any link you paste into the new tweet form on Twitter.com. It's as simple as paste a link, copy and paste the suggested tweet, and send.
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Great job!!😊 Will check it out!! Any way to use this in Firefox browser?
@ayush_chandra thanks for your support. Currently no plans to ship on 🔥 🦊, but you can get the same feature and much more in our full service at Pensignal.com
👋Happy Tuesday, hunters! Our team at Penname is on a mission to give writers the tools necessary to effectively reach and engage their audience. Part of any great marketing strategy is getting your content to your Twitter audience in a clear and targeted manner. That means including the correct link, title, and hashtags in every tweet. ⌛However, that can be time consuming and exhausting to do every time you want to tweet a link to your article. That's why we created Tweet Crafter, an extension of our automated tweet scheduling service, Signal. 🔑 A popular feature of Signal is that it suggests the perfect tweet for every link you want to schedule a tweet for. We've taken that feature and put it into this Chrome extension and are releasing free for everyone to use. 🐤 We hope to make it easier for you all, writers and marketers alike, to tweet more targeted content to your audiences. Even if you just like sharing articles, this extension is for you. ✨How to use: 1. Add the Chrome extension to your browser. 2. Visit Twitter.com 3. Paste a link to any of your articles or any website 4. Copy the suggested tweet and paste it in the form 5. Click the "Tweet" button to send your perfect tweet. Then repeat steps 2 through 5 whenever you want to share a link. 🙏 Thanks for your continued support and time. 💬 I'll be around all day to answer any questions and accept all your feedback.
@lincolnwdaniel Will you release it as a Firefox extension soon?
@jc_news thanks for your support. Maybe but it's unlikely. In the meantime, you can get the same functionality and much more from https://www.PenSignal.con
Looks like a great way to streamline the process of creating content! Would love to know what model you're using to parse content from a link 👍
@lachlankirkwood thanks for your support! Our server parses the html SEO meta tags of a website. That includes open graph and Twitter meta tags.
hmmmmm...... interesting. I need to figure it out
@jean_leonard thanks, I hope the video helps.
Can be useful. Good luck. Wrote about this on my blog too :) https://sitebear.me/send-the-per...
@lakzhikag thanks for writing about us :)