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How good is Twitter for promoting?

Drago

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While I do own a Twitter account, I rarely use it that much. I'm sure Twitter is good for quick little updates regarding a forum/site, but how good is it for actual site promotion? My biggest problem with Twitter is the obvious character limit. It frustrates me to no end, especially when I have to send two tweets just to finish what I was saying.

Have you had any luck with Twitter promotion? or is it just ineffective?
 
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Twitter is fantastic for promotion. Just be sure to hash tag appropriately and your followers will increase over time. It is not a fast process and may take some time, but a natural build up of followers can really help for promotion. You can also try Twitter point exchange programs like TraffUp to build up your followers and get more retweets. It can also be used to get more website views. PostLoop is also great to get more comments and forum posts.
 
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I would say Facebook is much better in promotion of your site. You can post a small snippet of your content and tell people to follow a link if they need to read the whole content. I have used the two and Facebook has more effect and numbers.
 
RjMaan

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Twitter is one of the most widely used social media site and it is best for social media marketing. I mostly have real users.
 
admons

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It’s super easy to set up the Twitter Promote Mode; it takes only four quick steps. If you want to follow along, you might be able to find the “Promote Mode” option when you click on your profile image on twitter.com.
 
Daniel Dixon

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Twitter is one of the most widely used Social Media Marketing channels. It is best for internet marketing. You can promote anything else according to your information.

HTH!
Regards,
hire php developer
 
hilleug61

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In my opinion, you should go with Linkedin if you want the quality crowd to see your post. Facebook and Twitter are good but not as good as compared to Linkedin!
Its
Rank 1 = Linkedin
Rank 2 = Facebook
Rank 3 = Twitter

Regards,
Full Stack Web Developer
 
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rohinidubey

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well, Twitter is a very good platform to promote your business and also to get high domain authority backlink to your site.
 
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Bobxogn

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Twitter is a good platform, but I didn’t manage to quickly promote a site through it personally.
 
laurenhayward

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Twitter is good for connecting people of your industry very easily.
It is the somewhat professional network to build and discuss your business.
But the engagement and traffic from twitter is lesser than Facebook and Linkedin or instagram
So, for social presence of big brands twitter is good but for small business, you need to work hard for engagements for your business.
 
syedtutul

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Twitter is fantastic for promotion. Just be sure to hash tag appropriately and your followers will increase over time. It is not a fast process and may take some time, but a natural build up of followers can really help for promotion. You can also try Twitter point exchange programs like TraffUp to build up your followers and get more retweets. It can also be used to get more website views. PostLoop is also great to get more comments and forum posts.
How will I promote my website post in PostLoop?
 
jacobdeen

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It really does depend on your audience, your product and the area you're promoting. Think of Twitter as talking to the whole world and think of talking on Facebook as talking to a community.
 
jacobdeen

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Personally I avoid Twitter like the plague, I find it can be incredibly expensive and unreliable when targeting. Facebook is my default go-to platform.
 

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