How can Twitter benefit someone on Hubpages?
How can you use Twitter to get more people to your hubs? What else can you do with it?
Twitter can provide a platform to expose a article to prospective and interested parties. May end up with a link to a related high rank or popular site which may increase traffic to your own site.
Thank you so much. I heard people using it but I didn't see how or why, but I get it and hopefully it's allowed. I'll have to look that one up. I think it is. Thanks again :-)
I further like to expound on this by just stating that if you have a twitter account and you have it set up in a particular niche, then it is possible that most of the people following you have there own web page and sometimes have a twitter gadget plugged into there site which allows for your tweet to appear on their website.
It always helps, if you have a good size following, that in many cases if people find your article informative or useful they will also re-tweet your tweet which in turn will expose it to a much, much larger crowed.
This is of course assuming that your article is on the same subject as your niche.
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