How to Get Followers on Twitter for No Cost
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How to Get Followers on Twitter for No Cost

Twitter is a great method of sharing information, but gaining Twitter followers can be a difficult proposition. Although some companies sell Twitter followers, the method outlined in this article only costs a few minutes of your time. At the same time, it brings you quality Twitter followers, the type that you want.
             Popularity—it is a desire of almost all Americans. On the other hand, popularity is one of the most unattainable goals in existence. Unless you are a professional athlete, television star, politician, or genius, most people will never hear of all that you have to offer. In recent years, the advent of social media has brought the popularity contest to a whole new level. At the same time, businesses have dived headfirst into the social media pool to gain the upper hand on their competitors. Despite the number of companies on Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Pinterest, and Google Plus, many of them languish in a cloud of obscurity, hoping that someday they too will be popular.

                Although the method I have employed to gain followers may not work for all social media sites, it does work on Twitter, and it works well. This method is as simple as it is effective and can help boost the popularity of your Twitter feed in a matter of days. By using the following five steps, you can generate a significant buzz around your online perspective.

Step 1: Choose a topic.

If you are in the business world, you should probably choose the industry that provides your income. However, if you are a casual citizen, you should select a topic that you enjoy, that you know well, and that is well-known by others outside of your personal circle. The example we will use in this article is motorcycles. For the topic of motorcycles, you can pick a variety of subjects to post on Twitter: company updates, exciting motorcycle journeys, custom bikes, or new model releases. Regardless of what you choose, make sure that plenty of information exists about it.

Step 2: Go to Google.

The world’s most popular search engine is more than just a place to find information. It is a resource all by itself. To find news for your feed, click the news tab on the left-hand side of the screen and the 24-hour posting parameter also on the left side of the page. By selecting both of these tabs, you will ensure that your search results are current, credible articles that relate to your specific topic.

Step 3: Select your articles.

Because of the method by which Google searches the web, you can easily find too much information. A simple search of motorcycle news from the past 24 hours brings up over 10 thousand articles. Under no circumstances should you even look at all of these sources. The best sources will be found on the first 3 to 5 pages of results. After looking through these articles, select the best articles to share on your feed.

Step 4: Tweet your articles.

Due to the popularity of Twitter, many news sources provide a tweet button on their articles. This is not the case for all articles, though. For articles without share features, simply copy the article title and URL and paste in the tweet box. Some article titles are too long to fit within the 140 character limit, so you may have to shorten the title manually.

Step 5: Have a Plan B.

It is likely that you will run out of articles to tweet in a short time. Each day more articles are posted online, but the time in between these information surges can cause your Twitter feed to sputter. When the flow of data runs dry, consider posting topic-related videos or pictures on your feed. YouTube, Flickr, and many other content sharing sites allow you to post pictures and videos with the click of a mouse. In addition to convenience, these sharing methods allow you to give credit to the person who created the content.

Twitter is the internet’s best way to share tidbits of information. Regardless of what you tweet or who you want to reach, this method will help you gain the followers you want: respected sources, businesses, and noteworthy magazines. Your followers add credibility to your feed and can assist you in gaining more followers. Happy tweeting.

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Good ideas. I will put them into practice today. Thanks.

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Thank you.

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