How to Be a Top Tweeter: 5 Tips That Will Get Your Tweets Noticed by @JuliaEMcCoy
Social media is the perfect platform for promoting your content, building your voice as an authority, and making lasting connections.
Twitter lately has been on the rise.
It’s had its ups and downs (stock value rising and decreasing), but overall, Twitter is an excellent social media platform for engagement.
With 330 million people active on the platform every month, it’s a force to be reckoned with among social platforms.
Screenshot via Statista showing monthly active Twitter user growth
Personally, for me, I’ve been able to build a community solely through Twitter that is one of the most committed, active, and engaged communities I’d ever had the pleasure of hosting (our weekly Twitter chat, #ContentWritingChat, that has been running every Tuesday for an hour since January 2016).
And with the recent increase to 280 characters, users have more creative room with tweets – more so than the prior 140-character limit Twitter had for years.
Here’s an example of how I’ve been able to take that character limit and get creative with it:
* 1. Heavy Advertising
* 2. Redundant/Non-Expert Information
* 3. User Experience (UX) Interference
* 4. “Jack-of-All-Trades, Masters of None” Content
— Julia McCoy
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