14 responses

  1. Mani Viswanathan
    October 17, 2010

    Having a variety in tweets could attract lots of new twitter users.

    • rahul
      October 18, 2010

      But you must not leave your niche if you want followers who have interest in your niche

  2. vijay
    October 17, 2010

    Wonderful article Rahul that explains how to bring most out from tweets and what all the ways we use to get it, I have one opinion that creating bond with potential followers always have a power of positive results, That i learned from Twitter…

  3. Harsh
    October 17, 2010

    One should follow the people in their own niche. Following people in bulk leads to problems and you won’t able to interact with and follow what people of your niche are saying and finally lose their trust.

  4. sachin
    October 17, 2010

    We can retweet others tweet by we can make relationship and also over tweet get retweeted..

    • rahul
      October 18, 2010

      Yes because interlinked followers of your followers will view your tweets on their home page.

  5. ash_nallawalla
    October 18, 2010

    >> Try to tweet less than 140 character. This is important since if your tweet will be less than 140 character then any can easily ReTweet your tweet. Because as some one will retweet your tweet then “RT:” will be added in your tweet.

    The length depends on the length of your Twitter username. Mine is long – @anallawalla so I try to tweet less than 122 characters. Thanks for the article.

  6. Gabriele Maidecchi
    October 18, 2010

    Nice tips! But I have a couple of “objections”.

    First, I don’t think it’s mandatory to have *one* single niche, for the nature of my company I find it very effective to follow at least two niches, one for my industry and one for social media, one single blog and two twitter accounts (personal -> social media, business -> company industry).
    I am not saying to exceed and have 10 different topics, but a couple, that won’t do much harm, if you keep posting new content from both niches regularly, and if you find a connection between the two.

    Second, it’s true it’s good habit to follow back who follows you, and keep your “following” clean if someone suddenly unfollows you (many people do this to build up fast followers number, and then they unfollow to keep the “following” low), but it’s not always the case: sometimes it’s good to just follow someone interesting who, you feel, might add something to your personal experience. It’s not always a numbers game.

  7. sumanth
    December 1, 2010

    am searching for any tips to increase my twitter followers found this this..very helpful..thank u

  8. Matthew
    March 25, 2011

    Hi Rahul,

    I think following people who relate to your niche is a very good advice if one wants to use Twitter to bring traffic to their site. Thank you for your tips.

  9. Troy
    April 11, 2011

    So far Twitter has remained a mystery to me, but this helps me get a better grasp on what I need to do to build a following.

    Thanks for the tips Rahul!

    Troy

  10. cahyo
    November 15, 2011

    to be honest, i’m new to twitter so i’m glad a found this article. by the way, do you have any idea on promoting blog through facebook? you see, all of my facebook friends are indonesians (like me) while i have a blog in english segmented for US citizens..

  11. onlytrick
    August 12, 2012

    Hey, I was Just following this Tips from a week,
    And I just Increased my followers from 73 to 123.
    Soooo, helpful for me .
    Thanks , Rahul.

  12. Paul Bola
    December 26, 2012

    It’s really tough to make presence on twitter and increase the followers but this post can help a bit for everyone who are new to twitter. I really appreciate for sharing these tips with us.

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