Are you aware that this very minute people are tweeting in various places? Millions of tweets go out every day and lots of people are both followed and unfollowed depending on the content and relevance of their tweets. There is so much happening in all industries and people are getting largely informed and great awareness is being created. If you own a twitter account then you are half way to being seen and heard. You only have one challenge and that’s who to follow on twitter to get more followers.
Every followership is an investment and also a request for followership. So it is necessary to know how the tweeting ecosystem works in order to function effectively in it.
Ensure that you follow major influencers on twitter, make sure you are current with their every tweets this will get you noticed and they would follow back.
Usually the first thing to do is to work on your profile. This is what sells you, it is the first thing people want to look at before they decide if you are worth their time and a badly structured bio, a weak avatar or a dull profile picture can be a turnoff most times.
Secondly what kind of content are you putting out there and what’s the relevance? Twitter allows posts of up to 140 characters so that’s how much space you have to construct your idea or theme of advocacy, you would want to be concise and be as engaging as possible. Use hash tags and pictures to give strong visuals and importance to your tweets.
There are certain hours of the day when you are certain that people tweet more and there are down times when people are probably busy at work stations and are likely to be engaged for a few hours. Tweeting during this period would be a waste. Tweets have short life span and they disappear when more tweets arrive so the easiest way to trend is too tweet the same content multiple times.