How to be effective on Twitter
Making your efforts effective on Twitter can often be as simple as applying a few simple techniques, here’s my Top Ten Tips for making your efforts on Twitter more effective:
A good bio sells – but a brilliant bio is even better.
Talking about yourself is never easy – but completing it in just 160 characters is even harder.
Include keywords your followers or potential followers may be trying to find.
Spend time getting this right and it will give pay-back
Don’t be entirely self-promotional. Mix up your content.
Use images to support your post – images are proven to stimulate interest
Engage with your followers – Tweet questions to encourage interaction with your followers.
Starting a Tweet with an ‘@’ followed by a Twitter user name means it will only be seen by them.
If you want to reference another user, put some content in front.
Twitter is a two-way conversation – Tweet questions to encourage your followers to interact with you.
Add hashtags (#) to your tweets. For example, if your tweet is about computers, consider adding #computer in the tweet.
If you’re lucky enough to get your followers to do a re-tweet (RT) – say thank you!!
Twitter lists are an excellent method of filtering filter through the people you follow
Create your own lists, but also subscribe to other folks
Keep some space available in your tweet in case someone retweets (RT) your post.
I recommend keeping it to 120 characters max
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