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Let’s presume you’re already familiar with the basics of Twitter and your current goal is to grow your follower count. Want to learn advanced techniques?

Twitter Marketing Guide

Written by: Tim Soulo

Bigger Longer & Uncut.

Hi, my name is Tim and I’m pretty sure that you’ve landed here right from your Twitter account. Ok, you got me this time as the above claim does not apply to everyone, but I’m confident that this post is currently hot on Twitter! How do I know that while writing the very first paragraph? C’mon, it’s gonna
be a Twitter Guide – I’ll just use the tips below to make it go viral :)

Twitter Basics Part 1: Creating a Twitter Account (The Right Way)

Let’s presume you’re already familiar with
the basics of Twitter and your current goal is to grow your
follower count. Moreover you need those
dedicated followers that read your
tweets and, what’s more important,
retweet them to their own followers
making your content spread.
Just in case you’re not sure what I mean by basics, here’s a quick refresher.
 

Username: The very first dilemma that most business owners face while creating a Twitter account is whether to use a personal name or a business name. There are pros and cons with both, but I think that having brand name is mostly beneficial for big established brands as people already know them and are willing to follow.

Recently I did some consulting for a website builder company and offered them to switch from a branded account to a personal account of their founder and CEO, as people are most likely to follow an interesting person, who they expect to tweet valuable things, rather than following a ‘website builder’, which they assume will most likely tweet nothing but spam.
Your Twitter username should be unique and memorable. Remember that people will have to type it in order to mention you – don’t make them type too much.
 
Here’s an extra tip from Hubspot:
(though this does not seem to apply to @1stwebdesigner lol)
Bio: There are only 160 characters which you have to fill in to tell the Twitterverse about you, your company and/or what you’ll be tweeting about. Your Bio is used all around Twitter next to your profile picture and people READ the Bio section to decide whether to follow you or not. Anyone you follow will receive an e-mail with a recap of your profile including your Bio. Do you think they’ll be interested enough to follow you back?
My Bio is probably not the best, but I tried to make it stand out from the crowd. Best Bio practice is to briefly state who you are and what others will get if they follow you.
I often ask myself two questions before following someone:

  1. Who is that person?
  2. How can they be useful to me?
Some people go really far with this incentive tip and use their Bio to suggest a Free E-Book to each new follower, but this sounds kind of desperate to me.
 
Image: People on Twitter mostly use a personal photo as their avatar. I think this is because Twitter is a powerful personal branding tool and you might want your followers to recognize you.
 
My vote goes for consistency – if there’s a non-photo avatar that you use around the web (forums, comments, guest posts), I think you should use it on Twitter too so that people who have seen your avatar around the web recognize you.

Web Link: Why would you miss an opportunity to promote your website in your Twitter profile? And, besides, here’s what Hubspot says about the impact of the web link on your follower count:
Background: You can easily create a customized Twitter background, but is it worth your time and efforts? First of all your Twitter account will become more attractive – but that’s pretty obvious, right? What’s not that obvious is that with a well designed background you have a chance of appearing in one of those numerous Twitter background showcases. Thousands of people will see your creative profileand they might become your new followers.

Twitter Basics Part 2: Following the Right People

Now, that your Twitter profile is complete and following all the best practices, it’s time to follow some people. Following the ‘right people” will not only keep you up to date with all the latest news in your niche and help you to network, but it will also affect the way Twitter uses your profile in its recommendation engine. Every time you follow someone, you are being associated with them in some way. With the automatic recommendation engine Twitter uses, I have to assume you’d prefer to be associated with people who you share something in common with. It might be the place you live, the field you work in, or a circle of mutual friends and acquaintances.
Follow the people you know: this is the number one tip. You might be reading some blogs or websites on the topic that you are interested in. Most of the authors mention their Twitter profile at the end of the post. Follow them as they might tweet lots of cool stuff.
Twitter Search: Each term you search on Twitter is now being split into four independent searches: Tweets, Tweets with links, Tweets near you and people. There’s even more than that – check this awesome guide by SEJ to become a Twitter search ninja.
Twitter lists: Twitter List is Twitter’s way of allowing users to group profiles (and their tweets) together – you can check the lists that people you follow are listed in. You can also check if you are being listed and see who you are being listed with.
 
Twitter Directories: There are places where Twitter accounts are neatly organized and categorized. To name a few: Listorious, WeFollow, JustTweetIt, TweetFind. Browse them and I’m sure you’ll find some interesting people to follow. By the way, why not add yourself there?
 
Custom lists: Bloggers always used to create lists: “10 Best Books on Marketing”, “20 Coolest Design Blogs”, “15 Social Bookmarking Sites” – you all know that sort of stuff. The new trend is top people in each industry to follow on Twitter: designers, bloggers, marketers, seo experts, social media gurus and so on. Do a couple of Google searches for those lists as they may suggest some really cool people to follow. If you can’t find a list on your niche, you should definitely create one and maybe you’ll get some new followers just for being an author of that list.
 
Online Tools: There is an enormous amount of Twitter tools to help you find and manage followers. I don’t want to promote any of them, so just try them all to see which one works best for you.
(Twitterverse by Brian Solis and JESS3)
 
Play around: As I’ve said before, Twitter has an awesome recommendation engine, so once you start playing around with Twitter you’ll get lots of recommendations. Definitely check out the powerful “Who To Follow” tool, which speaks for itself.

Advanced Twitter Tactics Part 1: Getting More Followers

I want you to check out an excellent study by Ian Lurie on the quality of Twitter followers. He started collecting data after some spammy guy who had 32,000 followers retweeted one of his posts. You might expect that a retweet by a person with such a huge following will grant your URL lots of clicks and further retweets. Well, what Ian got was only three clicks.
I won’t tell you the rest of the story, for it is too cool to be rewritten. Twitter power is not about the quantity of your followers, but about the quality of your, and your followers, content. In this part of my guide I will teach you how to gain quality followers.
 
Think: Yeah, that is my first tip. But I think it’s the most powerful one. Think of the way YOU follow new people and think how many of them eventually stay in your Twitter feed. Then do the same stuff that they did to get followed by you. If you ask me I mostly follow people who blog. When I see a smart post, I will do my best to find the author on Twitter, follow him and perhaps even communicate a bit. The second way I may follow people is when they @-mention me in their tweet. I will usually check the profile of that person and if it appeals to me – I’ll follow them.
 
Follow to get followers: This is the best known tactic to grow your follower count and it’s based on the newest psychological disorder called ISFBaG (I Should Follow Back Guilt). When you follow someone, they receive an e-mail notification and may follow you back. You can mass-follow people via Twitter interface, use some online tools or even create scripts, which will auto follow people, who tweet specific keywords.
Another study by Hubspot shows that your following to followers ratio dramatically affects your chances to get a follow back. So ideally you need to keep the number of people you follow lower than the number of your followers – this way you are more likely to get a follow back.
People might think that having a large number of followers will add credibility to their account. Well from now on they won’t be able to trick you! It’s easy to measure the credibility of a Twitter account by comparing the number of followers to the number of the lists.
 
Rand from SEOmoz has one listing per 7.6 followers ( 24,368 followers / 3,187 lists = 7.6).
If the ratio is more than 10 – that’s a signal that a person is a spammer who does a lot of mass-following.
Run a contest: People love contests, freebies – such events always attracts great attention. Classical contests go well on social networks, but if you can think of some extremely unique event, it may do wonders to your social presence. There is an interesting story, I would like to share (little NSFW) how Dutch porn star attracted a lot of people to follow her! She got around 15,000 followers within a couple of days since that claim, but you should think twice before running a contest like that. :)
Know who is sharing your content: Once you publish some content online try to track who is tweeting about it. You already know that those people appreciate your work, so it’s usually a matter of a “thank you” message to get a follow back from them.
 
Promote your Twitter account: That’s probably the most popular and most obvious advice, so I’ve left till last. Use your Twitter account URL everywhere you can: e-mail signatures, social media profiles, forum signatures, blog comments, business cards etc. There’s no rocket science here, just use every opportunity you can to share your Twitter account.

Advanced Twitter Tactics Part 2: Building Relations

It’s cool to have a couple thousand followers, but do they care about you after all? You might have followed my tips to gain quality followers, but still it does not mean that they will interact with you and help you to spread your content. What you need is to build relationships with them so that they know who you are and read your updates.
Reward your followers: You can do that with a follow back or, alternatively, you can just thank them for following you in a reply or direct message. Just don’t spam everyone with those automatic Direct Messages which no one cares about. Try sending a personalized message with some information that the recipient may be interested in.
Retweet others: People on Twitter usually keep an eye on their retweets. So try retweeting someone else’s tweet and add a personal comment to it – this is a great way to get noticed and start communicating with people that you follow, and your own followers.
 
Public mentions: #FollowFriday or #ff is a nice occasion to show your appreciation to someone by publicly mentioning their account and providing a reason for others to follow them. However there is no need to wait till Friday to do that.
 
Twitter lists: When you add someone to a Twitter list, they won’t be notified about it, but they may find it out on their own sooner or later. Make respectful Twitter list names to show some appreciation to people you list there. I am really happy each time someone adds me to a marketing related list. (this was a call-to-action :) )
By following other people’s Twitter lists you can get some attention too, as people might check who else is following their lists.
 
Twitter list Ninja Tip #1: follow @listwatcher as it will send you a DM each time someone adds, removes you from their list, or changes their list. Being listed is a reason to get in touch and say thank you, ( or something else, if you were removed :) )
Twitter list Ninja Tip #2: learn how to automate your lists with Formulists online service.
 
Follow people who @mention you: This is a great way to show your appreciation for being mentioned and, besides, this will make a person to take a closer look at your profile and what you tweet about.
 
Twitter Favourites: Currently this feature is not widely used, but I think it can be considered as a form of appreciation too. Each tweet that you add to your Twitter favourites is saved in your profile under the “Favourites” tab. I doubt that the author of a tweet will ever see that, but others might find your favourites feed useful and that can be another reason to follow you.
 
TweetChats: It’s a regularly scheduled online event which is perfect for networking. For instance you can check #seochat – this is a search marketing chat which is held every week. If you fail to find a TweetChat on your topic, maybe you should launch one yourself.

Twitter Ninja Part 1: Getting Retweets

Eventually, the aim of every single tweet is to be noticed and get retweeted by others. If you think that your tweets get enough engagement, try measuring the CTR (Click Through Rate) of every link you tweet. This can be easily done with Bit.ly URL shortening service, just add a + at the end of any short URL and you’ll see the stats. In most cases you’ll notice that the engagement not as good as expected. So what can you do to improve it? Lets see…
Tweet metrics: Almost everything can be measured, including tweets. In his great study Rand Fishkin tried to calculate and improve the CTR of his tweets. This resulted in a few takeaways:
 

  • * the average CTR of a tweet is about 1.17% of the followers number;
  • * shorter tweets get a higher CTR;
  • * tweets on a topic that people expect from you get a higher CTR.
Ask for a retweet: A study by Dan Zarrella shows that you can easily increase your ReTweetability by simply asking your followers for a retweet. Only five letters can make a change – “PLS RT”
What to tweet: You already know that tweets on topics that people expect from you get a higher CTR. In addition to that, another study by Dan Zarrella reveals the fact that tweets about Twitter perform really well. (Remember I promised this post would be HOT on Twitter? :))
 
You can also use various bookmarking and news services to discover what’s hot and trending and tweet about it: StumbleUpon, Digg, Reddit, TweetMeme.
When to tweet: There are lots of statistics on this one which show different numbers, but in general the best time to get retweets in the US is 4 PM and the best day is Friday. So try to stick to these when scheduling your most important tweets.

Twitter Ninja Part 2: Miscellaneous Tips

Leverage your website: In case you have a website or blog, why not to use it to promote your Twitter account a bit? WordPress users can check this awesome selection of Twitter plugins and the rest can get inspired by the showcase of how people embed their twitter feed into their website design.
 
Use Hashtags: This feature is used to unite Tweets around a particular topic. I understand hashtags as a search tool. Instead of searching on Tweeter for “social media marketing” you can simply do a search for #smm or just click on a hashtag whenever you see it in someone’s tweet. This will list all the tweets that have a particular hashtag in it. So every time you add a hashtag to your tweet, it increases its chances to be found by random people.
 
Track Google SERP: You can easily get a daily Direct Message of your websites Google position using a twitter bot by TweetedRanks (free tool).
 
Get your website pages indexed faster: A recent experiment concluded that a tweet which gets 3 retweets or more will help in increasing the time and rate at which the tweeted page gets indexed.
 
HootSuite Hootlet: I must confess that HootSuite is a tool that dramatically improved my tweeting experience. Specifically I am obsessed with their bookmarklet tool. You just drag it to your bookmarks and when you want to share the post on Twitter you just click the bookmarklet and the message window pops up. What’s more important, you can schedule your tweets right from this Hootlet window. This is the best Twitter tool I’ve ever used.
This is it! The end of my Twitter Marketing guide, but definitely not the end of the creative ideas and ways to use Twitter to market yourself, your content, your company or your products.
I hope you all enjoyed it and I’m looking forward to reading your comments. And don’t forget that you can follow me (@timsoulo) on Twitter.

Article written by Tim Soulo, designed by Michael Burns and coded by Ahmad Hania

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36 Comments Best Comments First
  • Blauer Indianer

    Wednesday, March 30th, 2011 15:01

    1

    Thanks for this awesome and very elaborate guide on twitter marketing. I think everyone, who’s even slightly interested in twitter should read it thoroughly before taking a step into twitter.

    I like that I can suggest this guide to all my inexperienced as well as to all my experienced clients, as this guide covers lots of material for both of them. Keep up the good work.

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    • Tim Soulo

      Wednesday, March 30th, 2011 21:12

      5

      Thanks for the feedback :)

      0
  • Adrian

    Thursday, March 31st, 2011 12:21

    12

    Nice twitter guide, very simple and intuitive. The date from this article is a new for me, for example “the average CTR of a tweet is about 1.17% of the followers number”, interesting.

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    • Tim Soulo

      Thursday, March 31st, 2011 15:32

      15

      Yeah, that was actually tested by Rand @ SEOmoz, but the CTR may vary from person to person :0

      0
  • Armis

    Thursday, March 31st, 2011 13:47

    13

    twitter Marketing is a fun beast to try to tackle because there are so many people and each one has a preferred method of being reached.

    0
  • Félix Blanco

    Thursday, March 31st, 2011 14:29

    14

    Reading much more enjoyable from the web page (I was reading from a feed reader)

    0
  • Alexander McIntosh

    Thursday, March 31st, 2011 11:03

    17

    Excellent tips and very comprehensive guide! Need to start using the “PLS RT” saying more to see if it could benift me!

    Subscribed and “Following” the author now… Great advice!

    0
  • Arthur

    Wednesday, March 30th, 2011 20:54

    9

    Awesome! This twitter guide is perfect.
    You allow me to translate this article to portuguese and post on a website portal that i’m collaborator?
    Of course that you will be properly referenced with all rights in the article. As well as link to the original post and other links you want.
    Thanks.

    0
    • Tim Soulo

      Thursday, March 31st, 2011 10:23

      11

      Sure, why not? As long as you refer to me as an author and to 1WD as the original publisher – do that :)

      0
  • Landon Miller

    Wednesday, March 30th, 2011 18:22

    2

    Bio: there are only 140 characters…

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    • Landon Miller

      Wednesday, March 30th, 2011 18:23

      3

      You’re right. :)

      0
  • Loanz

    Wednesday, March 30th, 2011 15:07

    4

    Loved this piece of content. Very practical. Some things I new, Some I didn’t. Thanks!

    0
  • Ahmed Abbouh

    Thursday, March 31st, 2011 01:01

    8

    waw great presentation thank you so much for those tips

    professional job!

    0
  • Sergio Ordonez

    Wednesday, March 30th, 2011 18:46

    7

    Follow me, please!

    And thanks for the article, really nice reading!.

    0
  • AJ Clarke

    Wednesday, March 30th, 2011 23:03

    6

    I have another great tip….Create an online Twitter Marketing Guide, so everyone that reads it follows you ;)

    0
    • Tim Soulo

      Thursday, March 31st, 2011 10:21

      10

      Yeah, that was actually written in my “Think” tip :)

      0
  • Elian

    Thursday, March 31st, 2011 15:00

    18

    It’s amazing. Really nice. Your presentation themes and the contents is wonderful. You’re the rock 1stwebdesigner.

    Thanks for share.

    0
    • Tim Soulo

      Thursday, March 31st, 2011 15:33

      16

      Lots of people were working on this single piece of web :) And we’re glad you like it :)

      0
  • Daniel Holman

    Thursday, March 31st, 2011 17:40

    19

    This is a great article. I really like how it is laid out too. I sent a link to a friend of mine who is just getting into Twitter for business.

    0
  • Rudy Chou

    Tuesday, October 18th, 2011 20:00

    31

    Twitter has been intriguing to me as I haven’t been the most active in the past. It does offer a really quick way to send a message, to share links, post a thought, etc.

    However, the engagement level varies and is definitely a great tool to complement a blog, a facebook page and a proper website and business.

    These days, everyone is a pseudo celebrity in their own ways and it takes lots of work to maintain reputation, branding and just to be seen and noticed.

    Appreciate the well thought out advices on utilizing twitter and definitely will incorporate several of the tactics on one of my projects and portfolio.

    -Rudy

    0
  • Rukhsar Hussain

    Friday, September 9th, 2011 13:06

    30

    Loved this piece of content. Very practical. Some things I new, Some I didn’t. Thanks!

    0
  • Julio Peironcely

    Thursday, November 17th, 2011 18:00

    32

    This is one of the most useful yet neat guides I have ver found in any topic. Awesome job!

    0
    • Tim Soulo

      Monday, November 21st, 2011 18:17

      33

      Thanks, Julio! It took me quite a while to collect all this stuff and put it together in one post :)

      0
  • Diana Zuru

    Monday, May 14th, 2012 10:30

    36

    Ohh thank you fot this guide. Amazing the big amount of tools for Twitter ; )

    0
  • Todd

    Friday, January 6th, 2012 08:37

    35

    Ja! Very very good article, excellent tips :)

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  • Paul

    Sunday, January 1st, 2012 15:09

    34

    Awesome guide, very helpful thanks.

    0
  • Rukhsar Hussain

    Friday, September 9th, 2011 13:04

    29

    Great Job Dear

    0
  • Gavin

    Friday, August 5th, 2011 10:18

    28

    This is an AMAZING post and I LOVE the way you have presented it. I know it’s a tad old now, but this sort of post should never die!! Excellent work Tim!

    0
  • Avenir

    Thursday, April 7th, 2011 11:21

    22

    Twitter Marketing Increasing the ability for frequent updates to blogs or web sites or news. Thanks for informative sharing..

    0
  • Gus Murray

    Monday, April 4th, 2011 16:44

    20

    Great work Tim, great content and awesome design!

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    • Tim Soulo

      Tuesday, April 5th, 2011 15:19

      21

      Thanks :)

      0
  • Vinay Pateel

    Thursday, April 7th, 2011 08:09

    23

    That’s a pretty neat round-up of the twitter world.. For someone who recently started using twitter actively, this is cool and it’s good to know that i’ve actually been using some of these tips..
    Thanks for the great job you’ve done writing this :)

    0
  • Nikunj

    Thursday, April 7th, 2011 17:51

    24

    Super Amazing Guide, loved it. Really love the custom design

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  • LawLeaf

    Sunday, June 19th, 2011 09:14

    27

    I was under the impression that tweets don’t get indexed? I have seen several of my tweets on the first page of google however it’s coming from the profile. Can anyone tell me if tweeting outside of the network, is truly good for SEO?

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  • Ed Troxell

    Saturday, May 14th, 2011 05:04

    26

    Excellent article! I found the Twitter names with and without numbers and “_” to be interesting. Also, asking for RT’s.

    Thanks!

    @Ed_Troxell

    0
  • Banhawi

    Thursday, April 14th, 2011 16:48

    25

    Very useful , thanks .

    0
  • Diana Zuru

    Monday, May 14th, 2012 10:30

    36

    Ohh thank you fot this guide. Amazing the big amount of tools for Twitter ; )

    0
  • Todd

    Friday, January 6th, 2012 08:37

    35

    Ja! Very very good article, excellent tips :)

    0
  • Paul

    Sunday, January 1st, 2012 15:09

    34

    Awesome guide, very helpful thanks.

    0
  • Julio Peironcely

    Thursday, November 17th, 2011 18:00

    32

    This is one of the most useful yet neat guides I have ver found in any topic. Awesome job!

    0
    • Tim Soulo

      Monday, November 21st, 2011 18:17

      33

      Thanks, Julio! It took me quite a while to collect all this stuff and put it together in one post :)

      0
  • Rudy Chou

    Tuesday, October 18th, 2011 20:00

    31

    Twitter has been intriguing to me as I haven’t been the most active in the past. It does offer a really quick way to send a message, to share links, post a thought, etc.

    However, the engagement level varies and is definitely a great tool to complement a blog, a facebook page and a proper website and business.

    These days, everyone is a pseudo celebrity in their own ways and it takes lots of work to maintain reputation, branding and just to be seen and noticed.

    Appreciate the well thought out advices on utilizing twitter and definitely will incorporate several of the tactics on one of my projects and portfolio.

    -Rudy

    0
  • Rukhsar Hussain

    Friday, September 9th, 2011 13:06

    30

    Loved this piece of content. Very practical. Some things I new, Some I didn’t. Thanks!

    0
  • Rukhsar Hussain

    Friday, September 9th, 2011 13:04

    29

    Great Job Dear

    0
  • Gavin

    Friday, August 5th, 2011 10:18

    28

    This is an AMAZING post and I LOVE the way you have presented it. I know it’s a tad old now, but this sort of post should never die!! Excellent work Tim!

    0
  • LawLeaf

    Sunday, June 19th, 2011 09:14

    27

    I was under the impression that tweets don’t get indexed? I have seen several of my tweets on the first page of google however it’s coming from the profile. Can anyone tell me if tweeting outside of the network, is truly good for SEO?

    0
  • Ed Troxell

    Saturday, May 14th, 2011 05:04

    26

    Excellent article! I found the Twitter names with and without numbers and “_” to be interesting. Also, asking for RT’s.

    Thanks!

    @Ed_Troxell

    0
  • Banhawi

    Thursday, April 14th, 2011 16:48

    25

    Very useful , thanks .

    0
  • Nikunj

    Thursday, April 7th, 2011 17:51

    24

    Super Amazing Guide, loved it. Really love the custom design

    0
  • Vinay Pateel

    Thursday, April 7th, 2011 08:09

    23

    That’s a pretty neat round-up of the twitter world.. For someone who recently started using twitter actively, this is cool and it’s good to know that i’ve actually been using some of these tips..
    Thanks for the great job you’ve done writing this :)

    0
  • Avenir

    Thursday, April 7th, 2011 11:21

    22

    Twitter Marketing Increasing the ability for frequent updates to blogs or web sites or news. Thanks for informative sharing..

    0
  • Gus Murray

    Monday, April 4th, 2011 16:44

    20

    Great work Tim, great content and awesome design!

    0
    • Tim Soulo

      Tuesday, April 5th, 2011 15:19

      21

      Thanks :)

      0
  • Daniel Holman

    Thursday, March 31st, 2011 17:40

    19

    This is a great article. I really like how it is laid out too. I sent a link to a friend of mine who is just getting into Twitter for business.

    0
  • Elian

    Thursday, March 31st, 2011 15:00

    18

    It’s amazing. Really nice. Your presentation themes and the contents is wonderful. You’re the rock 1stwebdesigner.

    Thanks for share.

    0
    • Tim Soulo

      Thursday, March 31st, 2011 15:33

      16

      Lots of people were working on this single piece of web :) And we’re glad you like it :)

      0
  • Alexander McIntosh

    Thursday, March 31st, 2011 11:03

    17

    Excellent tips and very comprehensive guide! Need to start using the “PLS RT” saying more to see if it could benift me!

    Subscribed and “Following” the author now… Great advice!

    0
  • Félix Blanco

    Thursday, March 31st, 2011 14:29

    14

    Reading much more enjoyable from the web page (I was reading from a feed reader)

    0
  • Armis

    Thursday, March 31st, 2011 13:47

    13

    twitter Marketing is a fun beast to try to tackle because there are so many people and each one has a preferred method of being reached.

    0
  • Adrian

    Thursday, March 31st, 2011 12:21

    12

    Nice twitter guide, very simple and intuitive. The date from this article is a new for me, for example “the average CTR of a tweet is about 1.17% of the followers number”, interesting.

    0
    • Tim Soulo

      Thursday, March 31st, 2011 15:32

      15

      Yeah, that was actually tested by Rand @ SEOmoz, but the CTR may vary from person to person :0

      0
  • Arthur

    Wednesday, March 30th, 2011 20:54

    9

    Awesome! This twitter guide is perfect.
    You allow me to translate this article to portuguese and post on a website portal that i’m collaborator?
    Of course that you will be properly referenced with all rights in the article. As well as link to the original post and other links you want.
    Thanks.

    0
    • Tim Soulo

      Thursday, March 31st, 2011 10:23

      11

      Sure, why not? As long as you refer to me as an author and to 1WD as the original publisher – do that :)

      0
  • Ahmed Abbouh

    Thursday, March 31st, 2011 01:01

    8

    waw great presentation thank you so much for those tips

    professional job!

    0
  • Sergio Ordonez

    Wednesday, March 30th, 2011 18:46

    7

    Follow me, please!

    And thanks for the article, really nice reading!.

    0
  • AJ Clarke

    Wednesday, March 30th, 2011 23:03

    6

    I have another great tip….Create an online Twitter Marketing Guide, so everyone that reads it follows you ;)

    0
    • Tim Soulo

      Thursday, March 31st, 2011 10:21

      10

      Yeah, that was actually written in my “Think” tip :)

      0
  • Loanz

    Wednesday, March 30th, 2011 15:07

    4

    Loved this piece of content. Very practical. Some things I new, Some I didn’t. Thanks!

    0
  • Landon Miller

    Wednesday, March 30th, 2011 18:22

    2

    Bio: there are only 140 characters…

    0
    • Landon Miller

      Wednesday, March 30th, 2011 18:23

      3

      You’re right. :)

      0
  • Blauer Indianer

    Wednesday, March 30th, 2011 15:01

    1

    Thanks for this awesome and very elaborate guide on twitter marketing. I think everyone, who’s even slightly interested in twitter should read it thoroughly before taking a step into twitter.

    I like that I can suggest this guide to all my inexperienced as well as to all my experienced clients, as this guide covers lots of material for both of them. Keep up the good work.

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    • Tim Soulo

      Wednesday, March 30th, 2011 21:12

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      Thanks for the feedback :)

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