Nowadays, it is very common for bloggers to link all of their social network profiles together as much as possible. By doing so, bloggers can encourage even more readers to visit their blog, which is perhaps the most important goal a blogger can have. If you are a new blogger, then you should do your best to expand your social networking reach in order to draw people back to your own blog. This is a great way to make personal connections with more established bloggers while also spreading word about your own blog.
Without further ado, here are a few steps you can take to use your Twitter account to help you increase the traffic to your new blog. Keep in mind that this process will not lead to overnight blogging success, but instead will take some time to develop. It is largely an organic process, but one that can be very successful if you have the patience to see it through.
Establish a Twitter Presence
This is the most important part of the process; you have to establish a presence on Twitter. This means that you should set yourself up as someone who uses Twitter as more than just a way of announcing what you ate for breakfast. You should use Twitter to share interesting, unique, and profound links with other Twitter users. By doing this, you can create a name for yourself as someone who has good taste for interesting news; if you can make this name for yourself, then your followers will be interested to hear more from your, and they’ll visit you blog to do this.
Interact With Other Twitter Users within Your Niche
So how do you get followers in the first place? Well, you have to interact with other Twitter users in your niche. This means following, direct messaging and @ing and ReTweeting these users. By doing this sincerely, you can build a relationship with them, which will hopefully encourage them to follow you back. From there, you can build more trust with them, and eventually they’ll want to learn more about who you are and what you think about things, so they’ll visit your blog.
Use Twitter As an RSS Feed
Once you have a good amount of followers, you should also start interspersing within your Tweets links to your own posts, especially if those posts are responses to links and content that others have Tweeted in your feed. Of course, you don’t want every single Tweet to be an automated link to your latest blog post; instead, try to tailor how you introduce the link so that your followers can see its relevance to greater issues within your particular Twitter community.
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Vary Your Content
Finally, you’ll want to then make sure that you vary your content. The quickest way to lose followers is to repeat content in your Twitter feed, so be sure that when you Tweet about issues within your blogging community, you Tweet in new and interesting ways. Avoid saying the same thing more than once, even if you say it a different way. The best way to vary your content is to constantly stay in touch with your followers; this will keep you from only Tweeting about yourself.
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