Rayne Hall reminds us to make being “helpful” a priority, Jackson Dean Chase points out how important it is to “add value” when we tweet, and a CRAZY idea (in a good way) from K.P. Kelly that, if we want more followers, we should tweet MORE, not less.
Whoa, we’re living on the edge . . . of Twitter tip heaven!
Enjoy . . .
#TwitterTip Be helpful. It takes only a few words to help others with tips, advice, answers, and is appreciated.
— Rayne Hall (@RayneHall) August 16, 2014
— Jackson Dean Chase (@Jackson_D_Chase) August 15, 2014
Bonus time! You didn’t think I’d share a measly 3 of the best Twitter tips with you when there are a handful more that I was able to track down, did ya?
Here you go . . .
— Karen Riggs (@KarenERiggs) August 11, 2014
#TwitterTip: Tweet with 120 characters or less to make it easier to RT and add a comment.
— Jason Houck (@MJasonHouck) August 13, 2014
90% of information that is transferred to the brain is visual, so include photos and videos with your tweets! #twittertip
— ✨InstagramGal✨ (@SueBZimmerman) August 13, 2014
Take the time to monitor the hashtags being used by your target audience and current customers. #TwitterTip
— Chloë Forbes-Kindlen (@C4Compete) August 16, 2014
— David Crowley (@davidbcrowley) August 11, 2014