Adafruit’s Top Ten Tweets of 2017 #AdafruitTopTen @Twitter
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Below are embeds of our most popular Twitter tweets from 2017, rated from #10 to #1 by reach (impressions, views, etc). Of course thanks to everyone who follows us on Twitter and engages with us in that space.
Our #10 most-popular tweet had a notable 572k impressions (and it only gets better from there!):
It should also be noted this was our most engaging tweet, with an astounding 1.1k responses!
#1: And our most-reached tweet of the year actually went out on New Year’s Eve if you can believe that. (Humblebrag it was a blog by moi and intentionally timed to publish at 9:11AM.) It helps when you get a few notable retweet assists 😉 This tweet had a remarkable reach of 3.9m users:
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