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Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Building a Relationship with Your Followers



A first step in social marketing is building a relationship with your followers.

You can do this by sending a tweet or welcome message to your new followers.

You can also post a shout out to the top influencers of the week.

Or you can tweet random shout outs to maintain the connections.

After this, you strengthen relationships by constantly tweeting information about your business or products.

This could direct your followers to your blog or website and increase your chances of selling your products and getting new recruits.

Again, the trick is to be creative in your posts in order to capture the imagination of your followers and get them to be curious.

 This would also increase the probability that your followers will retweet your message, thereby again increasing traffic in your blog or website.

Sending Out Tweets Twitter only allows 140 characters per message so you need to be creative, and concise to make your tweets stand out.

One way to make your message stand out is to use # (hashtags).

This will make your tweets more visible to people that might be searching for something related to your tweets.

Some good hashtags might be #mlm, #network marketing, #make money, #vitamins (or whatever your product is).

 There are certain times in the week and certain times in a day that have been proven to be more effective to send out tweets.

During the day you can get more clicks, favorites, and retweets if you tweet in the early morning between 11:00 p.m. – 5:00 a.m.

It sounds counterintuitive that would be the best time, but it’s probably because there’s not as many other tweets happening at that time.

There’s no need for you to be up on your computer every day from 11:00 p.m. – 5:00 a.m.

If you search online you’ll find a long list of different Twitter programs that enable you to schedule the majority of your tweets at this time.

It’s a good idea to also tweet your more popular tweets more than just once.

You can check which your best tweet was for the week and send it out again on a different day and time to reach a different audience.

If you already know it’s a popular tweet why come up with a new one hoping it will get clicked on.

It’s proven that tweets with images have higher engagement than just plain text.

So try to have an image on almost all your tweets to maximize the clicks, favorites, and retweets.

To get a little extra boost a little unknown tip is you can tag up to 10 people per image you tweet.

So you can tweet an image and tag 10 influencers in your industry to increase the likelihood of your tweet being seen by a lot more people.

Always remember the purpose of your tweets.

You’re tweeting for business purposes.

Always be thinking what your followers would want to check out.

Share some of your personal side but understand that nobody is interested in seeing the pictures of what you just had for dinner at some fancy restaurant.

At the same time you shouldn’t be sending all spam-like tweets telling people how great XYZ Company is. Find a fine balance between good business tweets and some personal tweets. 

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