5 Ways to use Twit­ter to drive traf­fic to your web­site

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How can a busi­ness owner like you land more clients with­out spend­ing a for­tune on ads? For most busi­ness owners, one way is to use Twit­ter.

If you aren’t us­ing Twit­ter to pro­mote valu­able con­tent on your web­site, then you’re miss­ing out. Twit­ter has hun­dreds of mil­lions of ac­tive users who log on to the net­work ev­ery sin­gle day. If you’re not on Twit­ter yet, then it’s best to cre­ate an ac­count and get started right away!

Use these five Twit­ter tips to your ad­van­tage and drive tar­geted traf­fic to your web­site:

1. Get peo­ple cu­ri­ous about your con­tent Us­ing click­bait ti­tles may be frowned upon by some peo­ple, but if you want to drive traf­fic to your web­site, land­ing page or blog post, you need peo­ple to be cu­ri­ous about what it is you’re of­fer­ing. Don’t

3. Use @men­tions

If you’ve men­tioned some in­flu­encers in your blog post or in your ar­ti­cle, then look up their Twit­ter user­name or han­dle so you can men­tion them in your tweet. Reach­ing out to peo­ple this way is a great strat­egy as their fol­low­ers will see your tweet too. If your tweets

4. Add graph­ics or videos to your tweet Us­ing graphic quotes on Twit­ter re­mains pop­u­lar to this day. Peo­ple sim­ply love vis­ually-ap­peal­ing tweets. Other tweets that are get­ting plenty of love from Twit­ter­verse are those that in­clude videos. Bot­tom line, if you want peo­ple to visit your web­site, make sure you in­clude ei­ther high-qual­ity graph­ics or a short video in your tweet!

5. Ask retweet

Ask­ing peo­ple to retweet doesn’t have to be dif­fi­cult. You don’t have to feel like you’re eat­ing your pride. Come


to on, this is so­cial me­dia where the name of the game is to en­gage and in­ter­act with peo­ple! Don’t be afraid to add a “Please RT” some­where in your tweet, so your fol­low­ers know you would ap­pre­ci­ate their retweet­ing of your awe­some con­tent!

Your Take Away Twit­ter is the per­fect so­lu­tion to grow­ing your busi­ness on a bud­get! Use these 5 tips and drive more traf­fic to your Web­site, sell more prod­ucts and book more ser­vices. Need help get­ting started? We’d love to help.

Bob Mil­liken is a mas­ter mar­keter spe­cial­iz­ing in help­ing busi­nesses achieve out­ra­geous lev­els of suc­cess. Bob can be reached by phone at 604.270.1730 or by email at thenaughty­mar­[email protected]­ings.com

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