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Twitter tips to increase your tweet CTR

Learn How to Drive more impressions on your Tweets (infographic)

Here is a short and sweet infographic which tells you how to drive more impressions on your tweets. In short, maximize your Click Through Rate by following these simple suggestions.

Twitter is the most integral part of our life. We use it to share our blog posts, and this is the most effective platform wherein your articles gets noticed among the big crowd. One of the advantages of Twitter is that your posts have a higher audience reach.I guess its obvious, the more number of followers you have, the better your tweets will do, but that’s not all!

Driving visitors is an art, and there are certain tips to be followed by which your friends will be enticed to click on your tweets. Some of them are discussed below.

Include personal references in your links. Try to put ‘via’, ‘@’, ‘RT’ symbols in your tweets. These objects will add a personal touch to your tweets. Visitors will always get a feeling that it is a genuine tweet.

Don’t try to advertise while tweeting. Keep it simple and to the point.

There is also the perfect timing element. Try to share your articles in the afternoon hours. Also tweeting on weekends acheived higher CTR’s than the weekdays.

paper.li is the best way to brand your tweets. Try to use paper.li’s newspaper service to improve your CTR levels. Once setup, the newspaper gets published automatically everyday. A constant source of information keeps your readers glued to your tweets.

Here is an infographic which will give you the big picture of what i am talking about:

drive more clicks on your tweets

Did you enjoy this article? Let us know if your tweets are doing well after following these suggestions.

Source: ZDNet

The Geek

The Evolution Of the Geek [Infographic]

The GeekToday I came across nearly four to five websites with the keyword “GEEK” in the domain name and I wondered what’s so special with that word. I just wanted you to know what I learnt from Wikipedia: The word geek is a slang term, denoting individuals as “One who is perceived to be overly obsessed with one or more things including those of intellectuality, electronics, etc.”

This word comes from English dialect geek, geck: fool, freak; from Low German geck, from Middle Low German. The root geck still survives in Dutch and Afrikaans gek: crazy, as well as some German dialects, and in the Alsatian word Gickeleshut: geek’s hat, used in carnivals.

Well that was just a short recap, interested to know more about the play on the word GEEK? Scroll down to learn more.
The evolution of the Geek

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Do drop in your comments about what was your take on the word GEEK earlier before seeing this infographic? 🙂