How to get more followers on twitter


Whether it's Facebook or Twitter, everyone seems to be obsessed with the number of friends or followers they have. Below are some simple tips to help you grow your list of followers on Twitter.

Tips on how to get more followers on Twitter

1. Invite people to follow you

One way to grow more followers on Twitter is to simply let people know you are on Twitter and invite them to follow you. If you have your own website you can place a Twitter sharing button on your home page or if you have a blog you can include a link to your Twitter profile in a blog post. Another effective method is to include your Twitter details in your email signature or business card.

Another way to gain more followers on Twitter is to promote yourself on other social networking sites such as Facebook or LinkedIn.


2. Reply to Questions

Asking questions is a great way to get exposure on Twitter however, replying to questions can be an even greater way to grow Twitter followers. Replying to other peoples questions can help develop connections with new users and encourage them to follow you on Twitter.



3. Make your tweets interesting

Believe it or not, not everyone is going to be interested in what you had for breakfast or when you last visited the toilet. The key to Twitter is sharing interests. People are more likely to share your tweets if they share a common interest or if they think what you are tweeting is of interest to others. Try to get the right balance between talking about yourself and talking about topics that are relevant and interesting.


4. Keep Tweeting

This may seem obvious but the more you tweet, the more likely you are to have others follow you however, beware. If you tweet too much, you might end up losing followers. You may need to experiment to get the right balance.


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