If you've integrated Twitter with MailChimp, use merge tags to add Twitter profile info or sharing buttons to your campaigns. If you're new to merge tags, learn how they work in Getting Started with Merge Tags.
Populates your campaign with your Twitter avatar, follower, tweet, and following counts; a follow link, and your latest tweets.
Populates your campaign with your Twitter avatar, follower, tweet, and following counts; and a follow link. Doesn't include your latest tweets.
Displays your direct Twitter profile URL. For example: http://www.twitter.com/mailchimp.
This lets you control the number of tweets to show in your campaign. Replace 2 with the number of tweets you'd like to display. If you don't include a number, we'll default to your five most recent tweets. Use this in combination with *|TWITTER:PROFILE|* to customize what you're sharing with your subscribers.
Can be used to insert multiple Twitter profiles in your MailChimp campaign. Replace TWITTERUSERNAME with the the Twitter display name of any profile you want to show in your campaign. To work properly, the Twitter feed must be publicly available.
Adds a Tweet button to your campaign that allows subscribers to share your campaign archive link. By default, the tweet includes your campaign's subject line, your Twitter handle, and a shortened link to your campaign archive page.
When your recipients click on the Tweet button, a window will open in their browser and allow them to edit and post the tweet.
Includes your own custom text, as opposed to the subject line of your newsletter in your Tweet. Also includes a shortened link to your campaign archive page. It's important to be aware of the following when using this tag:
- Plain-text only.
- No quotation marks.
- $text needs to be lowercase.
- The space between Tweet and [$text] is intentional and required.