"How do you get someone to click on your links on Twitter? This seems one of the most pressing questions I see coming up day in day out. And rightly so. Figuring out how to attract more people that like what you are posting is one of the most important aspects of being successful on Twitter.
Whilst a higher click through rate is certainly not the only thing to be good at on Twitter, it can be a great basis of success. So without further ado, here are 15 of the best tips out there to guarantee a higher click rate:"
http://blog.bufferapp.com/15-ways-to-in … um=twitter
I like the idea of posting tweets at right time and using hastags in tweets which i generally do. Also i would like to check and analyze the tweet results.
Thanks for sharing such useful information.
by spuds10 years ago
Whereabouts are you quoting this figure from?
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