A new website reveals that tweets featuring Google, Apple or Facebook are more likely to be retweeted and shared.

According to Popshared.com, tweets that feature Google, Apple or Facebook, are more likely to be shared and retweeted on Twitter. In the last 40 days, headlines that have ‘exploded' (had more than 4,000 retweets), include: Google Buys Motorola For $12.5 Billion; Steve Jobs Resigns as CEO of Apple; and Hacker Group Anonymous Aims to Destroy Facebook. More notable is that the links are mostly from social media news site, Mashable.

Popshared.com recently launched their website that ranks news stories from 15 well-known online publishers, such as Mashable, Business Insider and Techcrunch. The ranking system is based on the number of retweets generated through the headline on Twitter and are classified into six categories: Tech, Gadgets, Marketing, Search, Apple and Social.

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