How Can I Get More Twitter Followers That Like To Read?
How Can I Get More Twitter Followers That Like To Read? Looking to broaden my readership for my Hubs? Are there article sharing groups on Twitter?
I would do a simple search on twitter for people with similar interests and then follow them. If they are interested they will follow you back.
I agree with Phyllis, tweet your hub links and don't discount Pinterest, if you don't already have a presence on the site. It if one of my best sources for traffic, especially those who are interested in the same subjects as myself.
Yes, Pinterest is really good for getting traffic. People there love to share (Pin) links.
Thanks! I have been using Pinterest for a few years. It is good at driving traffic to my Hubs, especially travel Hubs with nice pictures.
You are right about Pinterest, John. I delayed using it for a long time because I did not know enough about it. Finally gave it a try. A lot of my hubs are pinned by others, so it really helps.
There seem to be forums for everything nowadays. Usually you can't self-promote (but can probably add a signature to posts), but you may find like minded people who like to discuss "real" books and online reading material. Don't forget to add as many relevant "bookish" hash tags to your tweets or posts when you promote on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Google+. Also search for as many book or reader related hash tags, and follow accounts which come up in the search.
Thanks Eugene. I am aware of those outlets. I am wondering more specifically about getting a following on Twitter that reads. Re forum outlets, I miss the days when there was the USENET. That was a great place to drop comments with a casual link,
The luck I have had with Twitter is somewhat limited. However, I made a discovery. One day I focused on two interests and followed as many as I could with those. I paid attention to businesses and groups mostly. Usually the only re-tweats I would get would be very few who were friends. Finally, I wrote a Hub in one of those interest. I was amazed at how may re-tweats I received that day. My email box was full. It was almost like Christmas day.
Yes the problem with Twitter is that tweets form part of an ever flowing stream, so even if you have lots of followers, they may follow lots of people also. Unless they specifically check a profile, they mightn't even notice a tweet in the feed.
I agree. Social Media for article exposure has benefits & limitations. Frankly, I usually don't tweet (Noticed I misspelled it above :-). Why? I really haven't read & learned its structure for its purpose. EX: I don't understand hashtags.
Thanks Tim. Sounds like your hard work at Twitter eventually paid off.
by syras mamun 8 years ago
How to increase twitter followers?
by Tirralan Watkins 8 years ago
Any advice for getting more Twitter followers?Hello Hubbers! I joined Twitter not too long ago. Does anyone have advice on how to gain more followers? I've retweeted other tweets, as some suggested, but it feels like an uphill battle. Thanks for any advice and/or any follows!
by alexwoden 8 years ago
In where can I get more twitter followers?
by Janis Leslie Evans 6 years ago
If we pump up our use of social media, i.e., marketing our articles more, will it help increase our traffic much? Or won't it make much difference because we are more dependent upon organic traffic? Something tells me we might have to wait out this drought. What say you?
by polash.ju 10 years ago
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by Peter V 9 years ago
Do you prefer using Pinterest or Twitter to promote your hubs?Which do you like to use? Do you use both? Which gets you more visitors?
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