Twitter clickthrough rateAre you Tweeting away and not getting the response you expected?  Many of us use Twitter for marketing our online business programs and I am sure would appreciate knowing how to increase our Twitter clickthrough rate.

And I’m guessing you want more traffic and attention to your blog or the articles you share, right? When people click a link in a tweet, there tends to be a chain reaction: The more people clicking on your article via Twitter, the more exposure it gets. When more people read your article, more people are likely to share your article. Your social signals will likely rise, which improves your SEO. More activity on your site will also increase user engagement metrics. With all the extra traffic, you’ll also gain more conversions, more sales, and more revenue.

Tweeting is easy. You can type up anything in three seconds and press “tweet.” But sending a clickable tweet — that, my friend, is a science.

Thankfully, making your tweets clickable doesn’t “just happen” based on the whim of the Twitter gods. It happens when you intentionally apply a certain set of principles.

In this post, we’ll talk about how to put the science of Twitter to work for you so more people click on your tweets.

Neil Patel has published a very useful guide on HubSpot entitled “14 Ways To Increase Your Clickthrough Rates on Twitter” which I highly recommend if you want to get the most clicks out of your Tweets.

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