We all know that using social media, in particular Twitter is a great way to promote our latest posts or even just our blogs in general. There are a few ways you can use Twitter to get your posts and your blog out there, from hash tagging, mentioning a brand in your post, joining in chats and also tagging blogger retweet accounts in your promotion tweets. Today’s post is the Ultimate Guide To Blogger RT Accounts For Your Twitter Promotion, including why it’s useful and all those handy RT accounts you need to know about.
Why is tagging Blogger Retweet Accounts in your promotion tweets helpful?
Blogger retweet accounts will more than likely have a following behind them, with other bloggers following them to have the latest posts retweeted onto their twitter timeline, discover new blogs to read or to also have their tweets retweeted by these pages. If your promotion tweet is retweeted by these accounts, then your content will be shared onto the timeline of hundreds or even thousands of the pages followers to see and visit your link. This is a great way to attract new readers to come check out your posts and your blog.
Here is a list of RT blogger accounts –
@TheBlogger_Hub – follow & mention in your posts for a retweet.
@FemaleBloggerRT – follow & mention in your posts for a retweet.
@Blogginggals – follow & mention in your posts for a retweet.
@theDSblogRT – follow & mention in your posts for a retweet.
@fashbeautylife – hashtag #fblchat for a retweet.
@Global_BlogRT – follow & tag #GlobalBlogRT for a retweet.
Things to remember –
- Don’t go in too heavy with tags – Mentioning only a few Retweet pages in your promotion tweets is enough. If you add loads to your tweet, you will overwhelm your followers feeds with all the account tags. Limiting yourself to two or three will add more value to your promotion tweets.
- Have variety – Don’t always use the sames on in every promotion tweet you do. Mix it up a little and tag different pages in each time. This will not only promote your post to a new audience each time, but also making you stand out in smaller following accounts and being promoted on the larger scale accounts.
- You don’t always have to use them – Remember you don’t always have to mention accounts in your promotion tweets. Sometimes this can deter people away from clicking on a post if they can see a lot of hashtags and accounts mentioned in the tweet. Use them sparsely and find what works for you best.
Do you mention retweet accounts in your promo tweets? Are they any I have missed out that you know about?
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