How Do I Get Noticed On Twitter?
Here we are again, friends. It’s video numero two in our sleaze-free series helping you get your business — or blog — noticed online!
This week I have a brief training for you on growing your following and get noticed on Twitter.
Now, before I show it to you, I have an admission to make.
I used to get really stressed out about Twitter when I first made a personal account.
I had NO idea what I was doing, and to be honest it felt downright creepy to be posting things when I had, like, 4 followers.
Looking back, though, I realize I made wayyy too much fuss over it. I was Googling “top secret” strategies that could help me stand out when the reality was that all I had to do was use Twitter in the way it was intended:
To talk to people + share some new thoughts/content.
It doesn’t have to be any harder than that, and that’s the truth.
But, like with all social media sites, within that framework there are some guidelines. And there are definitely better ways to present yourself on Twitter than others. 😉
The video today should help you with the most essential FYIs.
In it I talk about:
#1 - The importance of a balanced, compelling profile description
#2 - Why your tweets need to have variety
#3 - What mistakes many people are making with hashtags
BONUS: I also may or may not gush over Russell Crowe and confess my affection for Leonardo DiCaprio. (Just sayin’.)
Now that you’re sure to watch (hahaha), go ahead:
Click to tweet: “To get the most out of Twitter, it’s better to be real than to be perfect.” - Erika Madden @OlyviaMedia
Free Twitter cover photo template (PSD, aka Photoshop file)
Hashtags.org: popular words in each niche, analytics, and so much more
Hootsuite (because it’s awesome…when used under the influence of common sense)
Other blog posts I’ve written about Twitter:
Don’t Be Rude: Twitter Etiquette Tips That Woo
If You Want To Be Mediocre On Social Media, Keep Doing These 3 Things To Your Fans
Thanks for watching, but more than that, thank you for your lovely + exciting + steadfast support. I love doing this for you guys.
P.S. What was your favorite part of the video? 🙂
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