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First, you should be posting multiple times per day. I remember I used to post only once or twice on Twitter. And we recently tested this out again.
I've been doing this Twitter posting test multiple times, but with testing things over time. So we recently did a test over a period of one week. During this test, we decided that hey, let's only post once per day. When we did this during the seven day period, we averaged 749 visitors for that whole week. It's not too bad.
Then we decided to do a test where we started posting 40 times per day. I know that's crazy and insane. I kid you not, 40 times! Now, the traffic didn't grow by 40 times, but it did go up. The traffic from Twitter went up from 749 to 5,623. The only difference was, posting once a day, to posting 40 times a day.
So if you're wondering how many times you should be posting on Twitter, well it's however much content that you have to post. If you only have enough content to post once or twice a day, that's fine. You can post other status updates, photos, whatever it may be. But ideally, shoot for posting on Twitter at least 10 times per day.
If you do that, you'll get more traffic from Twitter. It's that simple. Now all of your posts don't have to be with links, but some can. I try to put almost all of mine with links.
And when I'm not doing that, I try to engage with the community, have conversations, reply to other people. When you're replying to other people within your field, you'll get more engagement.
So then that way, when you do post links back to your site, more people will click on them!
When i check tweets of a popular person, it’s usually like 120 tweets / 300 tweets / 420 tweets in the past 1 hour. I am sure that these people are not manually typing all these tweets. I wonder though,
1. What mechanism have they approached to tweet hundreds of tweets per hour?
2. And Do they copy paste the older tweets to increase tweet count?
Thanks if someone could please answer
Yes, Jason, I mean click-throughs to my articles. In terms of spamming, it's all relative. I'm not spamming because I know all my followers won't see my articles the first time I post and because I'm providing value. If you use those same criteria, you'll do fine :-)
That's crazy, Neil. I also recently tested this out. I usually only posted 1-3 times every day then I decided to try posting 15-25 times per day. The result was crazy even though I didn't write them down. Because I don't really focus on traffic from twitter, I only measured engagement. Engagements were up by more than double (@Replies). Btw, I don't usually focus on traffic because I don't have blog content (yet) + socialbakers found that increasing interactions on social media correlates to an increase in website traffic. Thanks for the video too.
That's what I'm going to school for right now. Not digital marketing, but marketing. I have a graphic design degree already. I did research on the job market and there's a lot of openings for social media managers with marketing and graphic design degrees. I figured I would just get both. You will also find out that a lot of smaller businesses don't pay much attention to social media which makes a good opportunity for me to swoop down and manage multiple accounts and get paid for each one as long as you can prove that it's working for them.
it's an interesting question. There is a problem in getting digital marketing university degree due to the fact how fast it is evolving and changing. Basically most of the stuff that you learn during your first year in Uni, will be outdated by the moment you graduate. I believe it's worth choosing as a career only if you are truly passionate about it and follow all the trends and changes naturally, because it is within your interests.
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