Does Twitter suck?
I mean, is it worth your time typing short, 140-character messages on Twitter hoping people will read (or care about) what you have to say?
Will they click the links you share?
Well, it depends.
It depends on how you use the service but that same rule goes for any smart business strategy you implement. Just because it works for so-and-so, doesn’t mean it’ll work for you or that you should do it.
Let me give credit to Ana Hoffman of, the appropriately named, Traffic Generation Café for this Twitter traffic strategy. What she shared was her use of the 3rd-party application for Twitter called Tweet Adder to drive website traffic from Twitter.
Sounds simple enough. Who doesn’t like push-button formulas for traffic?
Well, slow your roll there, zippy. It gets a bit more technical than turning on a piece of software and walking away from your computer. You’ll need to listen to the show to get my take on this strategy.
First, you’ll need the program Tweet Adder before you even attempt this strategy. You can make me happy by reading my review from that link or purchasing it below via my direct affiliate link (this means I get cold hard cash if you purchase) :
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