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Yes, you can. I already have implemented this on my blog with a combination of http://bitly.com/ and http://www.addthis.com/ and it's pretty much easier and you don't need create a bunch of line of code. First, create and account on bitly.com and addthis.com. Login in your AddThis account and connect it to your bitly account. Follow this instructions for ...


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The authoritative place to ask this question would be to the developer of your widget, or if you developed the code yourself, post a question in Twitter's Developer Site I see similar questions to yours, but not an exact match, on their developer questions page: Backlinks Most popular social widgets use the same API supplied by the social site like Twitter, ...


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It doesn't get crawled because it is embedded as an iframe. Pretty much all oembed content is put into an iframe of some sort. Technically it's not page content, it's another URL embedded into a page. If you wanted to make it indexable you would need to at least copy and paste it into your page.Or hopefully do something a little better.


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You can test your twitter card configuration using the following aplication https://cards-dev.twitter.com/validator


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This is likely due to the low quality and square aspect ratio of your twitter image: https://fireflysemantics.github.io/logo/service-parts-help-center/fs-logo-help-center.png Twitter renders the card when the image is twice as wide as tall or 16:9 ratio. A square image should not be used. A two color image is not high quality. Most twitter cards contain ...


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According to Google new updates, you cannot post other page content on your webpage. Your post should be unique only then Google will crawl whether it is on Twitter or any other social media.


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Google isn't interested on content published firstly on another page as yourth. If you just want your twits are indexed - publish links in your twits. Google is always keen on getting new links.


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From what I gather you have to give twitter a URL to a separate page on your site with only the video. This is used as the URL for an iframe on Twitter. So if you set up a page on your site with the video on it's own (no header/footer/logo or anything else) called www.example.com/video.html your twitter card html would be: <meta name="twitter:player" ...


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