It’s very easy for you to feel like you’re talking to yourself on Twitter. Even though you might have a large following, and are even keeping your account up to date with fresh content, engagement from your followers may evade you.
In our last blog in this series, we covered how one might go about gaining Twitter followers. Didn’t matter what kind, as long as there were followers to listen to what we had to say. But now that we have amassed all those followers, the obvious next step would be to give them content that serves the purpose.
Ah, Twitter! It’s the one social media platform that created digital lions. Doesn’t matter if you’re quieter than a church mouse in reality, you can make quite an impact as part of the Twitterati. Besides, the satisfaction you receive from venting voicing your opinion in a public forum is unreal!
Twitter has amassed quite a ‘following’; I mean you could literally have 70 followers on the first day of joining! Not bad for a day’s turnover, no? It takes way longer to achieve this on say, Instagram or LinkedIn.