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We run a bunch of social media profiles for (almost) all of the websites that we run. On the first day of October; The Web Atom, Critter Addiction, Aviculture Hub, Teh Sims, and SingularLabs had roughly 1,800 followers between them. The goal was to add 500 followers over the month, but incredibly the strategy we used added well over 2,000 new followers; more than doubling our social media reach in just a single month.
We concentrated most heavily on building our Twitter presence using three strategies, which will be discussed in detail below. The purpose of the exercise was to gain followers who are genuinely interested in becoming customers or consuming our content, so we didn’t waste time buying fake followers.
There’s a lot of people on the internet. Whatever your content topic is, there’s a strong chance that communities of like-minded individuals are already gathering to discuss it. Knowing where your audience is gathering will help you to determine what they’re looking for, allowing you to craft content to directly meet this demand.