Will Twitter Help Us to Increase Traffic to Our Own blog?
It will help increase traffic by letting more people see your links.
If you have followers on twitter, and you post a link to your blog on twitter, then your blog might get more readers from twitter.
It depends on how many followers you have. You see, Twitter won't do anything unless you have a separate following over there. I just wrote a new hub on how to do this:
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Use-Twit … pages-Hubs
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please i need an expert to answer this question for me. i've seen so many that started after i did and they now have more followers than me despite the fact that i have great hubs . please how can i improve.
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