Zarella examined a dataset of more than 1.2 million random tweets to find correlations between the use of non-alphanumerical characters and the number of retweets. His analysis found two characters with particularly strong correlations: hashtags and quotation marks.
While not quite as impactful as hashtags, quotation marks also dramatically improved a tweet's chances of getting retweeted.
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