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Increase Twitter FollowersIn this modern time and age, those who are not in tune with advance social networks such as Facebook and Twitter will be considered ‘backward’ or ‘old-fashioned’. In the case of owning a Twitter account, it might be a lot harder and trickier for you to gain followers as you’ll need some extremely interesting, eye-catching and spiced up tweets in order for you to get hundreds or thousands of followers. The better your tweets are, the more followers will connect with you and be your biggest fans. Twitter could also be used as a medium for your business marketing and communication to reach out to a larger number of potential customers. However, there are methods that make gaining and increasing your Twitter followers much easier without having to come up with quirky and juicy tweets. Here are some tips to leverage on Twitter traffic and increase followers for marketing your websites and blogs.

1. Hit on the ‘Follow’ button often

In order to keep up with the pace, you’ll need to follow, follow and follow others. There’ll be plenty of tools available online for you to do this task more quickly, if your fingers are tired. These specialized apps will also let you identify the people who are talking about your niche which in turn will encourage the others to mass-follow them. On the other hand, you’re allowed to mass follow 50 people at a time, so keep hitting on the ‘Follow’ buttons!

2. Wait patiently for the follower’s mark

Once you’ve managed to hit the follower mark of 2000 (or your very own limit if you’ve already surpassed that point), what you should do next is to wait for around four to five days for the people you’ve followed to follow you back. Do keep it in mind however that there’s no absolute guarantee that everyone will follow you back. You may expect a return of about 50% and if you’re able to get more than that, it’s even better but don’t get your hopes up too high.

If you aren’t able to get a 50% return, then perhaps it’s time for you to take a quick look at your own Twitter page or the image that you’re displaying. Change whatever that is necessary. Also, this will be the perfect time for you to start fostering a relationship with your first round of followers, the sooner the better.

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3. ‘Unfollow’ the unnecessary

In order for Twitter to allow you to grow beyond 2000 followers, the ratio of followers to following needs to remain close to 1:1. However, although the rule isn’t applicable to every Twitter users, beginners should always abide by the given rule to have check and balance. There are also plenty of tools for you to use to instantly ‘unfollow’ 25 people at a time. Unlike most other mass-unfollowing tools, there’s an app that allows you to be selective in the process as opposed to purging the entire list of followers. But you should never mass follow or unfollow Twitter users.

4. Never spam, keep it professional

Seriously, never ever spam. It’s really uncool and it invades other people’s privacy. Feel free to do so if you want to be hated by the community and lose a lot of followers. Otherwise, please only use this method if you have something extremely special and valuable to add and let the masses know about it.

5. Be interesting at all cost

Your tweets should always represent your image if your Twitter is all about your business. If your Twitter is personal, then your tweets should be interesting enough but don’t be too provocative and controversial. Not everyone loves hot gossip, so be extremely wise and cautious with your words when you tweet to the public.

All in all, having more followers than your other competitors in the industry could really help you get that much-needed edge in the social media realm; hence maximizing your followers as much as possible is the only way to achieve your mission. Happy tweeting!

This article is written by Alicia. She is a web designer and developer. Loves WordPress themes and plugins. If you wish to write for us, kindly check this.



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    • Jas

      Social Media always help to drive traffic and customer to websites. Spamming on other side ruin ur and website or product reputation.

      Jas

    • Aslam

      Sure! who didn't aware about Facebook and Twitter will be considered ‘backward’ or ‘old-fashioned’. Nice informative post to manage our twitter account to get huge unique traffic from the cyber world. Thanks.

    • kavyaHari

      Twitter is one of the great business marketing and to communicate with all followers on there 🙂 Thanks a lot for given great post on here 🙂 Great article Alicia 🙂

    • Hassam Ahmad Awan

      Woh what a timely article! I was much interested in joining twitter for my blog and this seems a good idea.

      Thanks

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