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No. I don't get any traffic at all from Twitter. Maybe because I don't have many followers, maybe I don't twit much. Twitter doesn't work for me.
Yes I have almost 10k twitter followers and I often get lots of traffic when I tweet my posts. For example, this article went viral even though I wrote it quickly and barely edited it!
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I don't get any traffic from there either. I'm following about 150 people there and have about 80 followers. I don't interact with them much and it seems they are mostly there to promote their own, product, website or whatever. I guess if I don't pay much attention to their stuff, I can't expect them to pay attention to mine.
Not really to be honest, pinterest is helping a lot more.
Yes it works well for me & I Tweet other Hubbers articles that are relevant to my niche. It's primarily a weight loss account though anything related to health and wellness gets traffic.
If you are looking to build up a Twitter account in a particular niche the software "Tweetadder" is great. Don't spam it though otherwise you'll lose your Twitter account. I just use it 3 -4 times a week and no problems so far.
To get an idea of the amount of traffic Twitter can get you go onto Fiverr and put down a Clickbank affiliate product to someone who has a tens of thousands of followers. If you do it consistently you'll get sales and look at the huge spike in your CB account.
The key to Twitter traffic is to have a niche account and build up 1,000s of followers. Takes time but well worth it! Cheers, Barry
Ps; Oooppps forget to say I got a guy from Fiverr to set my Twitter account so up to date niche related articles go out on autopilot. That way if you don't get chance to Tweet manually all the time then your followers don't lose interest.
My Hubs receive over 10,000 views per day and only around 13 views come from Twitter, so it's not really increasing my traffic. In saying that, I'm fairly new to Twitter, I've only been using it for a few months and have about 455 followers.
I am doing very well with Facebook but I haven't set up a Twitter account yet. I will be very pleased if Twitter turns out to be as good as Facebook.
yes. It can help a lot. Not just traffic but clients if you are a service company. Follow those people who needs services that you offer. They might get interested with your website.
Nope, it doesn't work for me. I twit all my hubs but none visit my hub. I have a few followers at my twitter though...
yes sometimes i got a lot of traffic in my blog throw twitter.
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