Jul 20, 2011

How to Create More Engagement on Twitter
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Written by : Tom George| 0 | Social Media

Via Scoop.itinternetbillboards

“Engagement” is a word in near overuse these days I found. Yet it remains to be the word describing the power of Twitter best. Creating a certain buzz around your account given that there are close to 500,000 new users on Twitter each day isn’t always easy. A few tools have been emerging recently which boast features that allow you to be more creative on Twitter. Using them can help a great deal to stand out from the noise and be noticed for adding value instead of clutter to your followers timeline. Making your tweets into unique content[/b] A great tool to make my tweets stand out and more personal is one called Buffer. It allows you to stack up your Buffer with tweets. You can do this with browser extensions for Firefox, Chrome or Safari from anywhere you are.
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