Twitter is an interesting tool. It is undeniably powerful and effective. But one thing remains complicated with Tweets – the amount of buzz coming from it every single second.
Because it is such a large tool with so many members, you have to really make your tweets stand out if you want to drive traffic and interactions to your site. This comes down to content and optimizing your overall Twitter strategy.
How can you do this, when so many others are trying to do the same?
The good news is that you are competing for attention within a specific niche pool, which increases your likelihood of being seen, getting a click-through to your site (in the case of share links), and having others follow your account, and re-tweet or favorite your content. The tips below will help you boost your tweets, so they really stand out against the crowd.
You need more than a snappy title to catch the interest of your potential followers. Rather than copy/pasting the title of a link, try pulling a quote from the text to get people interested in what you have to say.
For example, @Clientsfh will tweet a sentence from within their stories, as their posts don’t have actual titles. They are careful not to give away the punchline, instead enticing people to click through using an engaging segment likely to resonate with freelancers: