How to Build Twitter Relationships

Having Limited Success with Twitter? Here's How to Build Twitter Relationships

When it comes to social networking websites, Twitter is an incomparable giant. Along with Facebook, Twitter forms the core aspect of today’s social media websites, and plays an extremely important part for any online business.

By using Twitter, you can not only drive free and targeted traffic to your website – which can then be transformed into paying customers – but it also provides valuable backlinks to your website or blog. These backlinks – depending on the search engines’ perspectives – play a crucial role in your website’s higher ranking.

However, in order to achieve all these benefits, having a strong following and a certain level of relationship with that following is fundamental. Because of the scattered audience, it often seems a bit difficult to build strong Twitter relationships.

Start Building Twitter Relationships Today:


1.       Identify Certain Groups:

Before you start building Twitter relationships, you need to identify certain groups. These are the groups that are important for you. In short, you seek their attention and following. Once you identify such groups of people that you want to build relationships with, you will make life easier for you.


2.       Be the Ice Breaker:

If you are new to Twitter, then it is often wise to be the ice breaker. Start the conversation with your identified group of people in order to get noticed.


3.       Don’t Follow Random People:

There is a vast difference between lots of followers and ‘targeted’ followers. If you are into any serious business, then what you need is a highly targeted group of people who are genuinely interested in your business. In order to build such an audience, it is important not to follow any random person, just to increase the number of followers you have.


4.       Stop being Over Promotional:

Most people on Twitter are there to actually market themselves and their businesses. However, if you are keen to build Twitter relationships, it is important not to be over promotional in marketing yourself or your business. Users, who get too obsessed in excessive self-promotion, are often avoided by people. You should be able to provide genuine and useful value to your readers, too.


5.       Integrate Twitter with Other Social Media Websites:

Apart from Twitter, there are so many other social media websites that you can use to build relationships here. If you are new on Twitter, chances are that you have been active on other social networking platforms. The tip is to integrate Twitter with other social media profiles to strengthen your credibility and trust. Moreover, you will also give a kick start to your Twitter profile once your friends from other social media profiles start to follow you here.


6.       Lists:

Following lists like some on, etc. is a good way to get started with like-minded people. On such websites, you will find lists of common interests. If you have identified your audience – as I mentioned in the 1st step – then you do not have much work to do here. Following lists of similar interests will help you find targeted people, with whom building relationships and followings doesn’t require much effort.


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One Response to How to Build Twitter Relationships

  1. Lindsey Hill says:

    Thank you very much for this article. I did a lot of thinking about how I could make my marketing strategy more precise. Building Twitter relationships is a great place to start.

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