Twitter timeline is both a blessing and a curse.
On the one hand, it's raw, unabridged, always moving and shaking – we love it how it keeps us on our toes.
On the other hand, it's raw, unabridged, always moving and shaking – it's not easy to grab someone's attention.
Here's my personal Twitter Traffic Hack to combat the problem of Twitter visibility:
Tweet in Blocks.
How Does Tweeting in Blocks Work?
Instead of tweeting once and immediately getting lost in the sea of other tweets, tweet in a group of 3-4 tweets.
The first 2-3 tweets should be other people’s posts, quotes, etc, but the last one is always yours – leading back to your blog.
That way, your content will be on top of your Tweet Block and will be likely to get clicked on first.
How to Make Tweeting in Blocks a Breeze
Scheduling all your blocks in advance, spaced 3-4 hours apart is a must.
Thankfully, Buffer makes this task a breeze.
Here's how to set up your Tweet Blocks in Buffer dashboard:
- go to your Twitter account;
- click on ‘Schedule';
- click on ‘Add Posting Time';
- Voilà! here's your Tweet Block.
Of course, if you don't use Buffer (do yourself a favor, don't tell anyone… or better yet, give it a shot!), you can apply the same principles of creating Tweet Blocks with any other scheduler you use.
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Off to block in tweets… oops, tweet in blocks,