Here are some of the reasons you should care about this issue:
If you are a blogger, the social media share button on your website will not show how many times your post was shared to twitter. It could lead to fewer shares and less interaction.
If you are an App or web developer, without twitter share count you might lose the critical functionality.
If you are an Internet Marketer, and you are working for companies, you will lose user engagement and you will also not be able to show the popularity of your website to your audience.
So how to get those tweets count back?
NewShareCounts is a great tool that uses twitter search API to generate the share counts for your website. It is still very new and in an early stage, still, it is very useful. Let’s go through the steps to get your counts back.
New Share Counts API Integration Steps
Step 1: First of all, you need to enter the URL of your website. Once you put the input sign in with your twitter account.
If you are a WordPress user:
Go to Appearance-> Editor
Click Update option and you are done.
Note: This way can take some time to load all the tweet counts for last 7 days from twitter and it has no access to the shares that are more than a week old. So there is a chance that the shares before a week might not be counted. But further shares will automatically be counted properly.
If you find some issue with supported plugins, you can read the documentation. Here are the links below:
Moreover, if you do not find your plugin support, you can directly contact NewShareCounts, they will take care of it.
There are several other tools available to get back twitter tweets count for your website, but personally, I found this tool much easier to install and even newbies can get rid of this issue by following the above steps. It is undoubtedly the best tool available online.
Still, if you think there are any other better tools, share in the comment section below.
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