Turning Impressions into Clicks on Twitter
Anyone have any bright ideas on how to do this? I often have impressions on a tweet of two to ten thousand, but only the odd click.
People want something to follow, something that they are determined they have to click on. This being said it depends on what you are tweeting. Does it have a picture? Is it just text? Does it have hashtags? With the amount of tweets that move through twitter every day. Thousands of people can see it for a millisecond, and just move on. You have to catch attention. I personally think twitter is a waste of time, but I still try.
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