So, you’ve finally gotten yourself setup with a business blog with plenty of content coming out of the pipe for your audience to see. At this point, you want to make sure that content gets out to as many eyes as possible, and the best way to do that is through social media. Twitter is one of the best platforms you can use to promote your blog and brand as a whole.
Every time you’ve created great content for your blog, you want to make sure you increase the tweets going out so that more people can view it. By getting more people to see your posts, that means that they can read it, like it, and comment on it. The idea behind all of this is to make those people active participants in your online network. The goal is to hopefully turn them into customers who will always want to come back for more.
Regardless of how challenging this might sound, the general idea behind it is to simply increase the number of tweets that lead back to posts found on your blog. Getting an increase of tweets will also invoke you to produce content that your views will want to share, and then giving them the drive to share it. There are some ways that you can make this happen, and Sergio Aicardi has you covered. In his Search Engine Journal post, he discusses 7 ways that you can increase the number of tweets for your blog content, including adding a Twitter sharing button to your blog and using videos and images to your advantage.
Check out Sergio’s post by following the link below.
Search Engine Journal: 7 Ways to Increase Tweets for Your Blog Content