The Blogger’s Guide to Twitter







If you love writing substantial blog posts, filled with images, videos and even music, then Twitter might not be your thing. The ‘micro-blogging’ site bears little resemblance to more traditional blogging sites, and gives writers little opportunity to demonstrate their full capabilities. However, that’s not to say that bloggers shouldn’t be making full use of their Twitter account. Here is a quick guide to Twitter, for those who love blogging.

Twitter is one of the best ways to engage with an online audience. This is true for everyone, from PRs to businesses, but also for bloggers. Whether you want to talk about the latest film releases, or the latest jewellery line at Seventy Seven Diamonds, using Twitter can be an efficient and cost-effective way to do so. Compared to blog comments, Twitter conversations take place much more quickly. If you are blogging within a field which tends to be fast-paced and ever changing, then engaging with readers via a networking site such as Twitter can be ideal.

Making good use of Twitter can be one of the best ways to build up a regular readership for your blog. Not only will it allow you to alert followers to your latest posts, but it also gives your alerts the potential to be retweeted. People are often more inclined to follow a Twitter account than they would be to subscribe to a blog, so this can be the best way of alerting as many people as possible to your latest posts.

Bloggers are always looking for good ways to connect with their readers, and Twitter can offer just that. It can be the ideal platform for receiving feedback on your blog, which can help to allow your blogging style to evolve. It can also be the perfect place to let more of your writing personality shine through. Whatever your feelings towards Twitter, there’s no doubting that it can be extremely useful to anyone that is looking to establish themselves as a blogger.

1 Comment on The Blogger’s Guide to Twitter

  1. Kate from Seduced by Beauty
    August 12, 2012 at 6:15 am (5 years ago)

    I totally agree with this article. I am much more inclined to follow a twitter account and love that I can easily click on a link and read the latest blog post.

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