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WordPress tweetstorm feature can be used to post shorter content designed to specifically engage Twitter users. If it is engaging enough, it can build followers. Banner Design These followers will later see (and retweet) non-tweetstorm tweets that advertise the content on the site itself. The usefulness of the tweetstorm function does not concern the publication of content on Twitter. The benefit is posting content specifically for Twitter with the goal of increasing followers and traffic. One could even put a noindex meta tag on Twitter-focused content to prevent search Banner Design engines from indexing it. Twitter-focused content could be created expressly for the purpose of playing Twitter for more users and traffic. It is therefore possible to use the tweetstorm functionality of WordPress in a positive way.