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[tweetmeme source=”mirellamcc” only_single=false]For the blogs hosted by WordPress.com (not the one with private domain) I have noticed that most of us don’t have the retweet button (you know, this little green square, where you can retweet the article you like, on your twitter account, and you can see how many times it was tweeted?) also called Tweetmeme button.

Well, after three days of researching, and almost destroying my entire blog’s URL and default settings, I found it.  It is soooooo simple! It was made by WordPress to simplify it for retard like me! (sorry, is it politically incorrect to say that?) ok, for mentally challenged people like me.

So all you need to do is;

Start by adding your twitter name (username) where it is marked in red

tweetmeme source=”yourtwittername” only_single=false

and then, close the sentence with brackets [  ]  (in other words put [ in front and ] at the end of the above sentence.)

Then, add the sentence to the page you want (after you finish writing your blog).

As simple as that![tweetmeme source=”mirellamcc” only_single=false]

and the Retweet Button or Tweetmeme button will appear! just like that —————————->

Retweet me please:)

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