Research shows that your Twitter followers are a valuable and engaged audience. 70% of them amplify your content for free by Retweeting it, and 43% plan to make multiple purchases from the small and medium sized-businesses they follow.*
Twitter was trying to see me ads to increase my Twitter following. But, do I believe Twitter?
Twitter says 70% of Twitter audience amplify your content for free by retweeting it.
Not my followers. If I got a 1% retweet rate, I'd be over the moon with happiness. Over a month, if 5% of my followers RT'd me, I'd be thrilled.
I wonder where the 70% number came from. I think it's a fantasy. What's your experience?
I have a 1K followers and most of my tweets (I tweet 1-3x daily) seem to get ignored. A big tweet for me would be one with 5 interactions such as a favorite, RT, or click thru.
I have no idea where the 70% number that Twitter cites comes from. I'd agree that it's fantastic and by fantastic, I mean a total fantasy.
Here's a new megatrend that I'd lilke to understand: deep linking within apps.
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