How to Share your Blog Post on Twitter 5 Times on the Same Day

Hi, so I want to share with you how to get more clicks on Twitter in the same day. Obviously, you’re going to share your blog post and you want people to click on it to check it out. Now, more than likely, hopefully, you’re sharing your content on Twitter.

The thing with Twitter is that you can’t duplicate your message – you can’t share the same message more than once. So, the way to overcome that while also getting more people to click the link and read your blog post is to change the title of your blog post. It requires a bit more work on your part, but it’s effective.

Here’s the thing – on the day your blog post is published, I recommend sharing it up to five times that day. That might seem like a lot to most people, but think about this: studies show that people often need to see your content or product between six to seven times before they make a purchase or engage with your content. That’s why it’s crucial to keep resharing your content, even your older content.

I’ll give you an example of how I change up the headlines. This will help you understand what I mean by changing it up. The blog post I’m going to share as an example is titled ‘Which of These Are You Not Doing on Your Blog?’ I’ll put the link in the description so you can check it out. For that blog post, I shared it five times. The first time, I used the original headline because not everyone has seen it yet. But for the subsequent shares, I used different versions. The message is the same, but the wording varies, allowing me to reshare the same content multiple times on Twitter.

Let’s take a look at the different versions I used:

  1. ‘Are You Doing These Things on Your Blog?’
  2. ‘Are You Missing Out on These When You’re Blogging?’
  3. ‘These Seven Areas Can Boost Your Blog’s Growth.’
  4. ‘I Started Doing Number Three of These Seven Tips, and It Really Helped My Blog.’

So, you can see that one person might see all five of these different versions. Each one might resonate differently with different users, enticing them to click through to my content. The goal is to get people from Twitter to your blog and then ideally onto your email list and even to your shop. It’s all about guiding users through your content and taking them where you want them to go.

By using these different versions, you can share your content multiple times on the same day it’s published. Twitter is completely fine with this approach, and it helps users find their way back to your blog.”

Twitter is a great place to share your content but here’s the problem. Twitter is on speed meaning content goes fast. So if your followers miss your tweet, I’m pretty sure they are not going to scroll through the content to find it.

Unless they are looking for something, or they have been notified by Twitter.

So your new blog post has missed the eyes of your potential reader what are you going to do now. Wait until the next day to share it again.

Or use my Twitter strategy and share your new blog post 5 times on the same day. So even if your followers miss it the first time you share, you have 4 more chances they could see it and click through.

Now your new blog post just got better odds of being seen on a platform where content simply whizzes pass your eyes.



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How to share your blog post on twitter 5 times on the same day

Janet Walker has been a designer & internet marketer for over 16+ years. She established her creative biz on the 1st page of Google (+ other search engines) within a year of being online. Which led to international media coverage. Her analytical thinking, marketing know-how & break-it-down methodology, allows her to naturally align strategies, & more. She’s become the go-to for individuals, small & sought-after business leaders in various industries.  JWGInternational’s core is to empower, elevate & support those using their Gifts to impact others.

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