I’m sure a lot of you will be offended by the sub-title. Twitter? Most powerful? Are you kidding? If you’re talking about pure numbers, based on the stats there’s no way to put it within the top five or perhaps not even in the top 10. However, in terms of its easily accessible international reach, specifically for writers, I’m adamant in my claim. Additionally, as with any other platform it is the usage of hashtags are the most popular on Twitter.
What about the Other Guys?
Other websites, including Facebook is a lot more popular with users. But can you get them to join? Maybe. My experience is that it’s a lot harder to find and engage with your intended people on Facebook. It is more difficult to build relationships. Developing an influencer relationship is similar to finding a piece of the hay in the case of haystacks. Using BestFollowers is also a clue that can generate more benefits.
The other top websites are more focused. They are more popular than Twitter however their scope is much smaller. Many writers are successful using Instagram or Pinterest for example, and I’ve discussed it in this article. However, it can be more challenging and awkward. Imagine that, as a writer you’re invited to a gathering that is only attended by photographers. It’s similar to this. You can make friends but it’s not always as simple.
The basic idea behind Twitter is the same as other social media platform. I’ve written about them previously, but they all boil down to being social. Let’s return to our analogy about a party. Did you remember the event you attended to, where the salesperson selling life insurance was right in everyone’s face and was handing the business cards? Do you have his business card? Did you purchase something from him? Do you avoid him with a vengeance? Don’t be the guy.
Be yourself and social. When you join a group and follow them, you can scroll through your posts like you’re in a crowd. If you find someone discussing something you’re fascinated by or have knowledge of you can stop and talk for a few minutes. You could start an online conversation and some of those following or reading this thread might follow you.
Climbing the Social Ladder of Twitter
We’ll return to the party. As you walk through the door and, in the corner is the main star in the spotlight. The host or special guest. They’re the biggest number of people in their circle and everyone is eager to know what they have to say. Or , pretend that they do.
You can simply cross the room and attempt to blend into the crowd. It’s likely to make some people who are already there. Most likely you’ll get left out. Equally important you’ll lose all the other people present in your room. Getting real TikTok followers can also maximize your influence on other social networks so try this also.
Finding the Influencers
Twitter as with other social media, is eager to suggest people to follow. Like most social networks of them, they are generally rubbish. But finding your own personal people to follow is simple. You’ve probably already discovered and followed individuals who are in your area, now you just need to expand on your existing network of followers. As a photographer and writer I follow lots of these. However, ultimately, I’m looking for people who are doing the things I do, I’m seeking people who buy my products.
You’d like to spend the majority part of the time Twitter engaging in conversation, however you also need to make time for research. Browse through your feed and hover over every person. You will find a wealth of details. The first is that you follow them, but also determine if they’re following you. Let’s get to this in just a moment. You then get an introductory bio that will give you an idea of the kind of person they’re. Below that are two most important elements of information: the number of people they’re following, and the number of people who follow them. Both numbers are linked.
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Work the System
Now that you have the foundational elements and now it’s time to put them into action to do it consistently. Sometimes, you want to go through your feeds and look at things you like, and that’s okay. But this is a totally different procedure, so you should approach it in a different way. Browse through your feed and read each Tweet.
Are there any questions you could solve? Or a problem you are able to solve? Are you able to contribute to the discussion? Join in if you are able. How many comments have been posted already? If there isn’t any interaction in any way, it might be better to hold off or leave. If all else fails, consider giving it a like. Likes are free. Just one click.
Do you think it is worth to tweet? Is it worth it? How many people are participating in some manner? Twitter provides you with these statistics. Make sure you use these stats. If the person has a huge following and their message is in line with yours, you can give it the benefit of a tweet to retweet. This could be repeated several times. Retweet it with a note to give it a boost.