Visitors are essential for any website owner. Today I'm going to show you how to get more traffic to your site from Twitter with my simple step by step strategy that I employ every day. Getting followers on your Twitter account is going to be first. Then what to do when you have followers is the next step. This is a cool way to drive extra people to your blog, on top of SEO. Ready?
If you're not using Twitter yet, perhaps you should consider signing up for an account, as it is free and very beneficial if you want to have more visitors come to your blog and read your awesome content. Go sign up now if you don't already have an account and I'll wait for you here.
We can continue the tutorial when you come back. It all begins with getting twitter followers who are interested in your niche. My niche is home business. I will be using this as an example to show you how I get more people to my website from Twitter.
At the time of writing this, I have about 3,200 followers who are following me on twitter because they are interested in my particular niche. I followed each and every one of them to get followed back and you should do the same.
It's as simple as that, really. You go on Twitter and you look for people who are interested in the same thing your website is about. If you're in the weight loss niche, then obviously, you don't want to follow people who are in the Android cellphone niche. Makes sense, right?
It doesn't fit and is irrelevant. Someone who is interested in Android phones isn't guaranteed to be someone who is interested in weight loss. So it's kind of pointless following them (unless you're into Android telephones and you really must follow them for that purpose.)
Go and log into your Twitter account and use the search bar to search for people in your niche. Type in some keywords pertaining to your niche. Remember, for this example, I'm using the home business niche.
That's how easy it is. Not all of them are guaranteed to follow you back, it's their choice. If they see that you've followed them and that you're in the same niche, they are likely to follow you back. I can't give you any numbers as that would be just guesstimating.
I follow as many as I can in a 24 hour period before Twitter tells me I've reached a limit for that day. You'll reach a limit eventually and when you click on the follow button it will tell you so. Then you'll have to leave it a while before you can start a fresh session of following more.
There seems to be a ratio that Twitter uses to work out the limits. So, giving you numbers isn't going to do any good right now. Just follow as many relative target keyword accounts as you can.
Follow on a daily basis and you should get at least 20, 30 or 40 followers per day using this technique. It won't be long before you've got thousands of followers, and of course you can unfollow some too.
You might want to unfollow the ones that haven't followed you back after a few days of waiting. Give them a chance to see you've followed them.
Not everybody logs into Twitter every day. Keep this in mind when wondering why someone might not have followed you back. Unfollowing people who didn't follow you back should help you with those daily follow limits.
Twitter should then let you follow some more accounts if you unfollow the ones who haven't followed you.
When you start getting a decent amount of followers you know one thing. Those followers are interested in the same topic as you blog about on your website. When you create a blog post and publish it, you want to be sharing that on Twitter so that your followers can see that you've published a blog post.
Using nice images is a must, as text only posts on Twitter don't do nearly half as well as posts with nice, relevant and attractive images. Go to Canva.com and design yourself a nice image or two to place within your blog post and also on your twitter post when you share your blog's url there.
When you get to Canva.com make sure you choose a template, that way there is plenty of choice in designs for you to pick from. Simply replace the text with the title of your post, or something equally relevant. Here's an example of a default template I used before and after adding my own text. This took me little over a minute to create.
Always use a link shortener such as TinyUrl so that your tweet character length is as short as possible. As you know, there is a character limit with every tweet you make. A good tip is to have the title of the blog post actually in the image so you don't need to write the title. (see above images)
The space you save will allow you to add relevant hashtags to your tweet. This, in turn, will increase the likelihood of people finding your blog post and clicking through to visit your website.
Hashtags that I might use in my example are things like #homebusiness, #gettwitterfollowers or #getmoretraffic. Now that you know how to get more traffic to your site from Twitter, go ahead and give it a shot. It really is as simple as following to get followed back.
Then a case of shortening your url and adding an image and sticking a few hashtags in and tweeting it out. People who've followed you may click on that link, they might come to your site, read what you have to say and go ahead and buy something or sign up for something or whatever.
The more followers you have, the more clicks you will get to your website. The more people who come to your website to read your blog posts, the more likely you are to get people to signup for, buy or do whatever it is you want them to do in your blog post. This is your call to action.
Yes, there is a way to get Twitter followers on autopilot and the same thing also deals with 6 other social media networks on your behalf. Read about that tool here.
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This Tutorial is just scratching the surface and there is a Wealth (pun intended) of training there at Wealthy Affiliate to sink your teeth into. I hope you enjoyed reading my overview on how to get more traffic to your site from Twitter.
To your success, and more visitors to your website which means more commissions from the things you promote. Leave any questions or leave a comment below.
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