Steps to adding a “Tweet this” link
Copy and paste the “Tweet this” link HTML into your DataPage.
You can copy the HTML for a “Tweet this” image link from the bottom of the page. Include this link wherever you enter HTML including headers, footers, and HTML blocks. It is especially suitable to be included in a confirmation message, as this is an appropriate time for an end-user to update their Twitter status.
<a href="http://twitter.com/home?status=#Keyword Message" title="Click to tweet!" target="_blank"><img src="http://twitter-badges.s3.amazonaws.com/t_logo-a.png" Border="0" alt="Tweet this!"/></a>
Replace the message
Two sections in the sample “Tweet this” link must be replaced. The “Keyword” and “Message” texts (in red text) should be updated to match your website. The keyword is automatically hash tagged so that Twitter users can easily follow and see real time usage (http://www.hashtags.org/) of that keyword. Be sure you do not use a keyword that is already used in another conversation. You can also add parameters to the tweet to make it dynamic, as in this example:
You could also simply delete both sections and allow your end-user to write their own tweet. If you choose to delete both sections, remember to also remove the “%23” as this is the HTML character for the hash symbol (#).
Change the image icon (optional)
You can also replace the image source in the sample link (in green text) with another image on your server. There are many Twitter icons available for free. Be sure to check the licensing.