Top 5 Tips To Get You Noticed On Twitter
Twitter was intended to be a short rolling news feed with a character limit of around 140, in 2017 they doubled the character limit allowing you more opportunity to engage with followers and generate traffic to your website.
1. Unique Username
Pick a Twitter name that is as close to your business as possible to help with search and for brand consistency, for example, ours is www.twitter.com/geekspr
2. Brand Consistency
Carry your branding across to Twitter by utilising the profile picture and cover photo effectively, we can design your cover and profile graphics for you if you need help, simply Contact Us for more details.
3. Talk About Yourself
Utilise as much of the 160 character Bio section as you can to describe your business, this will help potential followers know if you are what they are looking for.
Add, follow and engage with other people/businesses that you could work with, get to know them and build relationships.
5. Encourage Engagement
Make your tweets valuable, create interesting content with calls to action, this will encourage your followers to retweet and favourite your posts giving you and your brand a wider reach.
Lee Panchbhaya is the Managing Director of Gloucestershire based PR Geeks Digital Marketing.
PR Geeks work with partners of all type and size, helping them achieve their desired business goals, whether that be creating a branded presence online or engaging their existing customers through Social Media Management and Email Marketing Strategies.