How to Get People to Follow You

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Twitter can be one of the best ways to get your message, whether its a promotional message for a business website, a sales pitch, or even just an interesting bit of information, to the world right now. However, in order to reach prime levels of exposure, you need to have an enormous list of followers. Below, we’ve compiled a list of some of the best ways.

  1. Follow them! Many people will return the favor of following them just as an act of common courtesy. Although not everyone will, hopefully enough will to justify the effort. That said, you should focus on those other Twitterers whom have a set of interests that coincide with your business or your website. Nothing drives people away like content that they aren’t interested in.
  2. Post great tweets just before following new people. When people see that you have added them, they’re going to not only look at your profile, but also your recent tweets. By having greatly-crafted tweets immediately available to them, you will ensure that the first thing that they see is the best that you have to offer.
  3. Make sure your bio is great. Take the time to craft your personal bio profile page into a work of communicative art. It should explain who you are, what you do, and above all else, why people should be coming to your website or buying your product on a regular basis. This is one of the first ways that you’re going to be communicating people, and should be neglected only at your own peril.
  4. Create Twitter buttons on your website. Just because people have been coming to your website for months doesn’t mean that they’re following you on Twitter – they may not even know you tweet! By adding a Twitter button in multiple locations on your website (but don’t overdo it!), you can make sure people know that you’re tweeting. As an added benefit, make sure to mention that you offer special promotions to your followers or other incentives.
  5. Retweet, retweet, retweet! One of the best ways to get attention on Twitter is to retweet the tweets of other Twitterers. While this may seem initially redundant to you, the original poster will see that you retweeted them, and read your bio and your previous tweets out of curiosity – and then you have them.
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  1. What’s Up Devon. I also like to re-tweet without actually re-tweeting. I copy someones tweet, then paste that within a mention of them and add “RT” to let them know it’s a re-tweet.

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