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How to setup Twitter Cards for a WordPress blog

Twitter Cards are a must-have for bloggers as they are a simple way of increasing visibility and clicks. 

Most Twitter users will be familiar with the Summary Cards, which give the reader a preview of the content before they click through to your website. The added visual impact is far more persuasive than simply including a link.

Twitter Cards also come with their own analytics platform which shows impressions, clicks, retweets and app downloads, depending on which cards you’re using.

Adding Summary Cards is a simple process for WordPress bloggers, but one which I’ve taken the time to document below.

This guide involves the use of WordPress plugins, the use of which we’ve discussed in previous posts.

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