1.Use Short, Provocative Tweets.
A tweet is pretty short in and of itself. Generating compelling content in 140 characters or less can present a good little writing challenge. Short tweets, under 100 characters get a 21% higher interaction rate.
When you’re tweeting a link to your blog post, get creative. Try making really short tweets that invoke interest in your blog article. They work.
When you’re tweeting about your article, keep in mind that you don’t need to stick with the title of your post.
Hashtags have been in use on Twitter for many years, and they provide a great way to connect with twitter users beyond just your Followers.
4.Use Visually Appealing Images.
The more appealing and enticing your blog post tweets are, the more they will be interacted with, and the more they will drive traffic back to your site.
Attach a really cool image in your blog post tweet. Make sure that it relates to your post. Try to find an image that will intrigue your followers, and make them want to find out more by clicking through to your blog post.
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