Thu, 27/10/2011 - 11:12 — Rachel Miller
Do you have any clever tricks to help you improve the click through rates from links posted in your tweets on Twitter?
I agree with you Maija. there are a lot of things to enjoy in the net as we read on news and twitter.
I came across this interesting blog post recently that summarises what ingredients a Tweet should have for maximum engagement. It even provides a 'cheat sheet' with best length, number of hashtags time of day etc.
Not sure if it works for every business, but it could be interesting to try out.
Here's the link: http://wallblog.co.uk/2012/06/28/strategies-for-effective-tweeting-shorter-tweets-with-fewer-hashtags/
I read somewhere, I think it was actually Donut related that the link should be within the first 25% of the content. Click through increase subtancially.
There are a lot of blogs and resources out there about how to create a great headline where you can do some research on how to grab people's attention/interest - so I would recommend making a point of a) linking to High Quality and Valuable content, and b) tweeting an attention grabbing headline/intro to encourage people to click on your link. Hope that helps! @Pixink_Ltd
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