Twitter is the big reason why a lot of people know about me. I tweet every hour so people see me frequently. When people see me frequently, this builds trust. Twitter ensured 125 daily visitors to my blog, and this only happened when I decided to tweet 1 hour every day.
The need for exponential growth is critical towards success. In order to increase my exponential growth, I decided to tweet every 30 minutes. I tested this out one day, and I was very pleased with the results. On the first day I tweeted every 30 minutes, I got over 200 visitors which is more than a 25% increase in traffic from Twitter. After making the change, my blog was consistently getting 200+ visitors from Twitter every day. As my following on Twitter grows, that statistic continues to go up.
Scheduling that many tweets requires twice as much time. That’s 48 tweets a day! My approach to saving time is to create a document and have a list of all of the timeless content that you want to tweet. This strategy constantly gives you 48 articles to tweet about. By finding new articles to tweet about, you will have a greater variety of tweets.
Does tweeting a lot annoy your followers? I am sure there are people who think that tweeting every 30 minutes will annoy their followers. However, that is not the case. The average user is on Twitter for 20 minutes. That means most of your followers will only see one of your tweets each time they go on Twitter.
Tweeting every 30 minutes has dramatically increased my blog traffic, retweets, and clicks (which have doubled). Tweeting every 30 minutes does require a lot of work, but the extra work does have its benefits.