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How To Use Twitter For Beginners and Build an Audience

Published on 2/27/2018
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Twitter is a social media platform for promoting brand awareness. This article will discuss how to use Twitter for beginners and how to build an audience.

One of the first things you need to do if you are new to Twitter is to upload a header image. The dimensions for this are 1500 pixels x 500 pixels. You can use a larger image than this but it will be cropped. To create a custom Twitter Header you can use an image creating website called This is a free website.

Next, you need to upload a profile picture(500 pixels x 500 pixels). This could be a photo of yourself or a logo. Ideally, it will be a picture of yourself, so people will know what you look like.

The final Twitter set up step is to complete your bio. Twitter only allows you 160 characters for this. This should be a sentence packed with keywords, hashtags, and information about you, your company or your offer. You can also add website links. There is also a section to post your main blog/website link. Optionally you can post your location.

With Twitter, you need to post a variety of content that speaks to your audience. To find an audience, think of your ideal customer. Who is your target market? Then create posts aimed at speaking to that market. As you don’t have an audience, you need to position your posts where your target market can see them. You do this using hashtags(#).

If your interest area is affiliate marketing, the obvious hashtags would be #affiliatemarketing #affiliate #makemoneyonline. You may not see engagement on your first post but if you are posting content that your target market is interested in, they are likely to want to read it and even share it.

After you have at least 5 tweets, you will want to try and build a following and the best way to do this is by following other people. A good place to start is to follow other affiliate marketers. You can find other marketers on Twitter by using Twitter search and search for your blog topic. Click on either ‘Top’ or ‘Latest’. A list of tweets (posts) will appear. Read through the tweets until you find one that you like. At the bottom of the tweet will be 4 symbols. Look for a square (Retweet) and a heart (like). If you want to add this tweet to your profile page, click Retweet or if you want to like the tweet, click the heart symbol. The other two symbols are to reply or post directly to an individual Twitter user, and the message symbol is to send a direct message to an individual Twitter user.


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