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

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

Your new blog post has been published and you are sharing it on Twitter. How many times are you sharing it on the same day?

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 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 shared, 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.


If you don't see the video below click this link:

Now you know how to share 5 times on Twitter, is this a method you will try the next time? Do you have a Twitter tip that you use when using Twitter that you can share with us?

Janet Walker helps small business owners share their Gift. By simplifying Getting Traffic | Blogging for Business | Content Creation | Monetizing your Skillz. When she's not in business mode (which is hard not to be) she's being creative somehow or making a mean green juice or busy in her polytunnel learning how to grow vegetables.

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