#1. Leverage Your Blog
Already own a blog or website? Let others know that you’re on Twitter. Add a Twitter follow button to every one of your blog posts.
The Follow button allows users to follow your account directly from your blog where the button is installed. When users click this button, they can follow you on Twitter. Here is the instruction on how to add a twitter button to your blog/website
#2 Show Your Profile Everywhere
Got Facebook, Linkedin, Youtube? Put links to your twitter profile.
Don’t forget your email signature and your online community signature, too. Are you doing guest posts? Include it in your bio link.
#3 Tweet Often
Tweet often and you’ll see that people will find you and follow you. On days I tweet more, I tend to get more followers.
#4 Use Hashtags
Start using hashtags in your tweets. Learn more about hashtags here.
#5 Tweet Quality Content
Provide your followers and potential followers with quality content. It’s the same as posting on Facebook: you tend to get more shares and likes when you post quality content.
#6 Tweet Pictures
Pictures are heavily retweeted. Pictures with a quote are extremely heavily retweeted.
#7 Pay Attention To The Top Guns
Follow top twitter users in your niche. Pay attention to the type of content they tweet. Do what they do.
#8 Timing Your Tweets
Buffer, a soial media management tool, analyzed over 4.8 million tweets across 10,000 profiles. Here is what they found:
- Early morning tweets receive the most clicks
- Evenings tweets receive the most retweets.
Use tools like Buffer and Tweroid to time your tweets.
#9 Don’t Buy Fake Twitter Followers
Use legit follower-getting tools instead. Tools like Narrow.io help you grow your following. Using keywords, hashtags and locations, tools like Narrow identify your target audience and attract relevant users to your profile
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