Arguably Twitter is the most convenient social media platform to engage with your customer/followers. A big Twitter follower army not only mean more influence in your industry but also signals that your audience, leads, and customers are interested in your content.

But the question is how do you get those Twitter followers in the first place? We will tell you 8 easy steps you can take ASAP to attract valuable, new followers to your account. The good thing is you do not have to go out of your way just a few tweaks in your current strategy will get you more twitter followers

#1 Tweet More 

To attract more followers to your Twitter account you have to create a more aggressive content strategy. According to many online marketing experts, you have to tweet anywhere between three and seven tweets per day to maximize engagement.

Some of the brands even go for 15 to 20 times a day Filling up your Twitter feed with fresh content lets potential followers know that you’re active, engaging, and well, worth following.

Expert Tip:

You do not have to promote yourself or your brand in every tweet. It should be good mix of Relevant industry articles. Buzzworthy stats. Breaking news. Personal updates. The list goes on and on.

#2 Timing is the key

You need to time your tweet/posts to the perfection to reach the maximum audience. This fact is not only true for Twitter but for all social media platforms. For example, posting your tweets while your target audience is sleeping won’t help you gain new followers.

If we see the trends from last few years the best times to post on social media, brands typically see the most engagement during weekdays in the early and late afternoons.

Here are some the best time when you can reach to more audience. Tweeting on these timings can increase your chances of getting more followers on Twitter

 

#3 Post more Visual Content then Text

This is a proven fact that with plenty of content to watch online our attention span has decreased big time. This is the reason brands are now relying more on images and videos to shout out a message on social media than text.


This tweet has more chances of grabbing viewers attention than the just text-based tweet.

We have also seen that visual content receive more likes, shares, and retweets than those without them. Sometimes coupling your tweets with GIFs or memes can also do the trick. Although there is no harm in just solely text-based tweets, images are better poised to stop serial scrollers and encourage them to take a look at your post.

#4 Use Hashtags to reach more people

Hashtags are one of the most important parts of your Twitter strategy. They make your tweets more searchable, almost as a form of SEO for your Twitter account.  According to a data weets with at least one hashtag receive 12.6% more engagement than those without them.

Coupling your tweets with at least two or three hashtags increase the chances of new followers finding your Twitter account.  Here is the Good Example.


Expert Tip:

One thing to keep in mind while using Hashtags is that you don’t want to go overboard. Posts brimming with hashtags look spammy at a glance and are otherwise distracting. Also, you can check in Twitter analytics top performing hashtags for your particular brand.

#5 Be Active on your Account and Engage with People

Regularly engaging with your followers and other users via tagging, retweeting and replying immediately lets new followers know you and gets more eyes on your brand. Writing out a detailed, thoughtful response will score you more potential followers than a brief one-word reply.

Tagging other brands as a compliment is a popular tactic to show some love to others in your industry. In turn, they might give you a shout out as well. Likewise, being tagged in a tweet can help you tap into new audiences by understanding who else is sharing your content. If you want to be tagged by others, you should do the same yourself.

#6 Optimize your Profile for new Visitors

Suppose you able to attract new visitors to your profile by tagging others and replying to other’s tweet. Now it depends on how your profile appeals to the new visitors to convert them to followers. Here are a few subtle steps to make your profile friendlier to new followers.

  • A clean and unobstructed profile photo is must, you can use your own facial photo if it is a personal account or high-resolution brand logo if you have a Business Account.
  • Utilize the description field to the most. Describe what you do, your title, what companies you work with and where you operate with Relevant tags, industry keywords, and location information.
  • Giving a new visitor a sense that this account is not run by bots can increase your chances to get more followers.

#7 Find Followers Within Your Network

One of the easiest and most convenient ways to increase your Twitter followers is to syncing your contact list to Twitter can help you tap into your existing network of people most likely to follow you.

This can increase chances of your account of showing up as a suggestion under the “Who to Follow” section of Twitter. this can score you a lot of new followers with very little work on your part depending on the size of your contact list.

#8 Cross-Platform Promotions

There are very little chances that your Facebook or Instagram followers are following you on Twitter also. You can attract your Facebook and Instagram followers to Twitter also by sharing your Tweets on these platforms.

Conclusion

So this was the list of easy practices to Get More Twitter Followers While Tweeting. As I mentioned above these are just little tweaks in your daily Twitter strategy which can do the job for you. Also, it is not an overnight job to grow your Twitter followers it takes A combination of planning your content, engaging with fellow users and optimizing your profile is key to attracting new followers.

 

 

 

 

 

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