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7 Ways to Get Your Marketing Tweets Qualified on the Retweet Roller Coaster

In the world of Twitter, it’s one thing to write your own Tweets and send them out to your followers, and it’s a completely different thing to then got those followers and their followers and on down the line to Retweet what you originally posted.

When you can do this effectively, you will be creating a huge snowball effect that builds up your base even farther, enables you to reach a much larger audience, adds to your reputation and authority and drives more traffic to your website and intended destination.

Of course, getting Retweeted is often easier said than done. Therefore it’s important that you learn how to do this for yourself, so you can begin to see all of these great benefits and advantages.

Once you learn a few basic techniques, guidelines and fundamentals you should find that your Tweets get Retweeted far more commonly, and the success you see from that will help you grow in more ways than ever before. Read the full story

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Take Your Twitter Account from Average to a Perfectly Tuned SEO Machine

It seems like every Internet marketer under the sun has been turning to Twitter over the past few years. Of course, just because you have made the leap and have started to use the versatile platform, it does not mean that you have been using it to its full potential.

When properly unleashed, your Twitter page can be an SEO goldmine, enabling you to turn up prominently in the results pages of Google and the other search engines.

You’ll be driving more traffic to your Twitter page and the websites and resources you point to, and you’ll be gaining a great deal of exposure.

Use the following tips and guidelines to get you going in the right direction, taking your Twitter page from average to a perfectly tuned SEO machine.

  • Start with the name: Of course it all starts with your username, which is how people will come to know you and ultimately what your shortened Twitter URL is going to be.

You want your name to be recognizable and memorable, and it should also include one of your primary keywords for maximum search engine impact. Read the full story

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