Twitter bookmarklet tip: associate a name with a web page
Twitter’s Share Bookmarklet tweets the URL of the current page. This post explains how to automatically add a Twitter name to the default tweet text.
If you add one HTML tag to your web page, the initial text presented by the bookmarklet will look as follows:
title-of-page url-of-page via @my-twitter-name
Everything after and including “via” is because of the HTML tag. You can try it out by using the bookmarklet on 2ality pages. Example result:
Eight words not to use in your Twitter bio http://2ality.com/2011/08/twitter-bio-words.html via @2ality
The HTML to add: rel=me
The rel=me attribute allows one to mark several pages as being about the same entity. For example, I could put the following tag into the head of 2ality pages to say that the pages and @2ality on Twitter are about the same thing.
<link href='http://twitter.com/2ality' rel='me'>
It usually makes sense to link in the opposite direction, too – from a Twitter profile page to a website. The Microformats Wiki has more information