How Do I Increase Organic Traffic On Twitter? How to Scale Up Your Twitter Account
How do I increase organic traffic on Twitter? As someone who has grown multiple Twitter accounts to the 25,000 follower+ mark in the past, and who currently just built a new Twitter account for this very website, I feel uniquely qualified to answer this question via an article on our website. I have something of a foolproof strategy (or at least I like to think so) for growing a Twitter account to the 100,000 or 1,000,000 follower marks, as well as the best ways that you can monetize this, and why linking this to an Affiliate Blog for SEO, Ad Revenue and Email Subscribers, is likely going to be a more profitable option than just spamming your followers with Sponsored Tweets. And so, let’s get started on what I would do if I wanted to sale a Twitter account from 0 to 100,000 or 0 to 1,000,000 actual followers, for less than $50. Twitter is one of those skills that I almost forgot I had in my back pocket, and this, alongside Youtube and Affiliate marketing via actual websites, are some powerful skills that have really been lying dormant in my back pocket. Be sure to read on or subscribe to our blog for additional details and information!
And so, the gist behind the steps of how I would increase Twitter followers, and thereby scale up a Twitter account to get you regular, recurring organic traffic, are as follows:
Setting up your Twitter Account
Make a Twitter Profile with your brand name, website name in the bio, with a profile picture and with a background photo on the profile. Put your website or brand name in the @
Follow 25 to 50 people per day, without getting suspended, all Team follow back, for your first 1-3,000 subscribers.
The above should take around 3-4 months to complete. At this point, also link all your new blog posts published to your Twitter account.
Growing Your Twitter Account, How Do I Increase Organic Traffic On Twitter?
Now you should have something like a 3-4 month aged Twitter account, with 3,000 followers, and with probably 100 to 200 Tweets. Congratulations, you have a mildly established Twitter account, time to scale.
Purchase the Manageflitter.com Trial, start off with the Free Trial as it is basically free resources back into your pocket for using it.
For $12 to $15 per month depending on what your prices are, you can follow the maximum and unfollow all of those who do not follow you back. Focus on niche followers (for instance for a Finance blog like inflationhedging.com I would follow maybe 70% Team Follow Back to get the numbers up, and 30% Finance followers for better CPM’s and monetization strategies).
Keep using Manageflitter and start Retweeting some Teamfollowback Tweets during this period. From here, just with the following and unfollowing, you can get your account up by something like 3,000 to 5,000 followers per month. Give this 6 to 12 months, and you will see a compounding/spiral effect. In six months you should have a Twitter account that is aged and that has around 50,000 followers on it. Now we can start getting some SEO power and some money off of this Social Media account. Let’s take you from 50,000 to 1,000,000 followers.
How To Increase Organic Traffic On Twitter & How To get To 1,000,000 Followers, Scheduling Tweets!
Now I have read some Ebooks that say that at this point, you will want to stop following and unfollowing and focus solely on TWEETING in order to scale up your blog. Find Teamfollow back Twitter’s with like 500,000+ followers, copy all of their Tweets and hashtags into an Excel spreadsheet, and schedule something like 20 to 40 Tweets per day+, 100% solely with follow back Tweets. A software like Hootsuite can easily do this for $14/m, what they say is that this will bring in as many as 4,000 to 10,000 new followers per month.
My take is that I would add in the Manageflitter Software to give yourself another 3,000 to 6,000 followers per month, what we see when you do this is as much as 15 or 16,000 followers per month, with follower compound interest and your base followers on top of this. 16,000 followers a month for 12 months is nearly 200,000 additional followers on your account, and if you get to 20,000 followers for 18 months, now you are approaching half a million followers. Keep rinsing and repeating until you have your desired follower account, or until you hit 1,000,000 followers. You can also purchase fake followers at this point on say 500,000 real ones to get you up to 1,000,000 followers to up the CTR rate that you get on future Manageflitter and retweet followers is higher.
With say 500,000 or 1,000,000 REAL followers, even with a ton of Teamfollowback followers in here, here is what I believe you can earn, $ wise, from this user base, with just a few years of say 20-30 minutes a day of work.
- 1,000 to 2,000 visitors per day on your blog, solely from Twitter –
- $500 to $1,000 per month from Sponsored Tweets
- $500 per month in ad revenue on your blog
- A massive amount of SEO Juice and EAT signals that make your blog look healthy to Google
- Ebook and Ecommerce sales, as well as $500 to $1,000 per month in Affiliate links should you want to go that route.
- 600 to 1000 email subscribers per month off of just your Twitter referral traffic.
That is not bad for the amount of work that that entails. Personally, once I get my Twitter account for this website a little bigger, my plan is to setup an Auto-Tweeter on Hootsuite, and schedule something like 1 Tweet every 30 minutes on the account, all to Inflationhedging.com blog posts. The CPM that I am getting on this website is around $6 per 1,000 views right now, so with 60,000 views a month from Twitter, I am looking at something like $500 per month in ad revenue, as well as email subscribers, social signals, and EAT signals for my website, all which benefit SEO in a seriously major way for your blog. Personally, the benefits of having a Twitter account for your brand with even 50,000 to 100,000 followers on it, let alone 400,000 to 1,000,000 followers, are MASSIVE in scale, and can help tremendously to give you that extra push to grow your business.
Final Thoughts On How Do I Increase Organic Traffic On Twitter?
And that’s the gist of how to scale up a Twitter account. The next few social media blog posts that I will be writing about on this website are about scaling up a Facebook likes page, they’re about scaling up a Youtube channel organically, and about how I would grow a website/affiliate blog at scale to be a truly massive force. For more details and information on all things business and finance, read on or subscribe to our blog for additional details and information.
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