Two Key Things to Be Sure You Do while Microblogging

Marina Astapchik
IT Trends Research Specialist
July 27, 2011

Think personal

The trick with microblogging is that the winner is not the one who speaks a lot but the one who is listened to, heard and, come to that, responded.

In the Twitter language it means to follow users, get followed by users, get your tweets re-twittered. Here we shall focus our attention on how to get more followers and re-tweets.

Get personal

Establishing a sound audience of followers is not a one day task. There is only way to win a large audience of followers in Twitter. It is getting personal in your approach.

Of course, you can always pay and get use of the services that offer a thousand followers for a certain fee. This can be a rapid start, but without elaborating and developing a sound strategy this initiative won't go really far.

The notion of getting personal involves answering all relevant messages, as regards your publications and make it exposed to public viewing, so that visitors can see that your account lives, operates, and that you care for your community.

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