My first tip in the series is something that I learned from Gary Vaynerchuk, a lead social networker and businessman, and someone that I admire. His article was titled, The Number One Mistake Everybody Makes on Twitter. This little tip helped me out substantially in my Twitter career. Here's the tip. When you're addressing someone on Twitter and use the @ symbol, you're talking directly to them. Right? Right. They get a notification that you tagged them in a post. Now, what if you're writing to someone, but you want the whole world to see? If you simply post something like this:
@Garyvee, I love your work.
Only people who follow @Garyvee, and yourself, will see that post. What if you want the whole world to see the post? Put a measly little (.) in front of your post.
.@Garyvee, I love your work.
Now, not only will @Garyvee and anyone that follows the both of you see your tweet, but everyone who follows you will see it in their feed. Magic! Now you'll come up in your entire followings feed, not just the people's feeds who are both connected with you and Garyvee.
Read Gary Vaynerchuk's original article HERE, and check HIM, and I, out on Twitter.
Thanks everyone, see you next time!