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What to Share to Get More Twitter Followers [INFOGRAPHIC]

Struggling to get more Twitter followers? Just like with any social networking site, the key to attracting followers is to share good quality content on a consistent basis. That can be anything from photos, videos, quotes and of course, your blog articles!

Twitter Followers
But sometimes, even with the best of content, we can get stuck for ideas on what to share. Thankfully, the good folks at PostPlanner have a solution. The social media management company has come up with a terrific infographic that offers 42 new ideas of what you can share to get more Twitter followers.

Some of the suggestions are pretty basic, like responding to someone else’s tweet. But there are also a few novel ideas worth a try such as “ask for feedback before you make a major purchase” or tweeting a “song you can’t get out of your head.”

You can view the complete list in the infographic below.


About the Author
Gloria Grace Rand is an award-winning SEO blogger, former writer/producer for the PBS-TV news program, “Nightly Business Report,” and the owner of Web to Wealth Marketing. As an internationally known leading expert in internet marketing, Gloria develops innovative workshops and masterminds that help creative professionals and service providers improve their online visibility and profitability. She is also a Contributing Author of three best-selling books, “Unscripted: How Entrepreneurs Leap and Find Success,” “Conceived to Lead,” and “Connect: 100+ Mind-Blowing Strategies to Use Social Media and Drive Business Growth.”

2 thoughts on “What to Share to Get More Twitter Followers [INFOGRAPHIC]”

  1. Great list of ideas Gloria.

    I often find Twitter frustrating because I get about 30 ‘Likes’ for every ‘Retweet’.

    Why are people SO stingy with the Retweets which would provide added exposure?

    While I appreciate the interest, does a ‘Like’ really do anything for me?

    • Thanks for sharing your feedback Jeff. I don’t think a Twitter “like” does a whole lot – except to maybe stroke someone’s ego. LOL! Retweeting makes more sense because as you said, it gives the tweet more exposure. Plus, it’s a great way to foster engagement with the person whose tweet you have retweeted. Most times, people will reply with a thank you and that gives you a way to open the door for further conversation. I suppose you could do the same thing with likes, but I don’t see people responding to me when I “like” a tweet.

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