5 Ways to use Twitter to drive traffic to your website

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How can a business owner like you land more clients without spending a fortune on ads? For most business owners, one way is to use Twitter.

If you aren’t using Twitter to promote valuable content on your website, then you’re missing out. Twitter has hundreds of millions of active users who log on to the network every single day. If you’re not on Twitter yet, then it’s best to create an account and get started right away!

Bob Milliken

Use these five Twitter tips to your advantage and drive targeted traffic to your website:

  1. Get people curious about your content

Using clickbait titles may be frowned upon by some people, but if you want to drive traffic to your website, landing page or blog post, you need people to be curious about what it is you’re offering. Don’t leave everything on the table. Instead, try to appear mysterious to hook people in and get them to click on your link!

  1. Use #hashtags

You can check out the trending hashtags on Twitter and try to get traffic that way. Or you can use your own hashtags if you prefer. We have found that using catchy or funny hashtags is an effective way to encourage new people to follow you.

  1. Use @mentions

If you’ve mentioned some influencers in your blog post or in your article, then look up their Twitter username or handle so you can mention them in your tweet. Reaching out to people this way is a great strategy as their followers will see your tweet too. If your tweets look interesting, they’ll not only click through to your site, but they just might end up following you as well.

  1. Add graphics or videos to your tweet

Using graphic quotes on Twitter remains popular to this day. People simply love visually-appealing tweets. Other tweets that are getting plenty of love from Twitterverse are those that include videos. Bottom line, if you want people to visit your website, make sure you include either high-quality graphics or a short video in your tweet!

  1. Ask people to retweet

Asking people to retweet doesn’t have to be difficult. You don’t have to feel like you’re eating your pride. Come on, this is social media where the name of the game is to engage and interact with people! Don’t be afraid to add a “Please RT” somewhere in your tweet, so your followers know you would appreciate their retweeting of your awesome content!

Your Take Away

Twitter is the perfect solution to growing your business on a budget! Use these 5 tips and drive more traffic to your Website, sell more products and book more services. Need help getting started? We’d love to help.

Bob Milliken is a master marketer specializing in helping businesses achieve outrageous levels of success. Bob can be reached by phone at 604.270.1730 or by email at thenaughtymarketer@rfmholdings.com