HOW TO INCREASE ENGAGEMENT RATE ON TWITTER
If you want your tweets on Twitter to have maximum impact and reach more of your followers, you need to maximize engagement. The more people retweet, reply or favorite your tweets, the more your tweets would appear on the feeds of your followers.
Do understand that viewing content on Twitter is pretty much like trying to drink out of our fire hydrant. There is just so much going on and that’s why Twitter really cannot publish every single tweet of yours on the timelines of your followers because they’re going to run out of space.
Those people are also following other accounts, and there’s just so much content to present.
Accordingly, Twitter uses an algorithm that pays attention to how much engagement a particular tweet gets and uses this to prioritize content that appears on your followers timeline.
Make things easier on yourself by tweeting in such a way that would maximize your engagement. Let each and every one of your tweet become an engagement magnet. This sounds too good to be true, but it actually works. If you stuck to certain practices with every single tweet, you maximize the chances that your tweets get quite a high level of engagement. This then broadens their reach on Twitter, which increases their engagement level, which opens even more engagement opportunities.
Tweeting to maximize engagement can easily lead to an upward spiral of engagement or your tweets can just stick to your timeline without doing much of anything. It really is your choice. It all boils down to how you craft your tweets.
Here are some key tips on how to maximize the engagement levels of the content you post on Twitter:
- Use Pictures With The Post
- Ask Your Followers To Retweet
- Use buffer links to post something
- Title Should Be Catchy