We use Twitter to direct traffic to our blog, but realize that with all the noise on Twitter, only a fraction of our followers will click on a blog link every time we post one. So, while Twitter is a good tool to direct traffic to your blog, you can’t just expect to tweet a link to your latest blog post and get everyone to automatically click on it. Sometimes you need to be a little more creative.
It’s time to get creative with today’s Twitter tip.
Replyz helps people tap into the real-time stream so they can ask questions from anywhere, get replies in real-time and join conversations that matter to them.
I have recently discovered replyz.com, a very simple platform for finding questions that people have asked on Twitter. You simply type in a keyword related to your business blog, and the search engine will return the latest questions Twitter users have been asking about your chosen keyword. You can then answer their question and include a link to a helpful post on your blog.
How Replyz amplifies and extends your reach on Twitter
- Someone asks a question on Replyz, or on Twitter
- Replyz grabs it, amplifies, expands its reach
- Replyz publishes the question through multiple channels, and people reply
- Replyz aggregates replies into a live, threaded, joinable conversation
I have only started using Replyz this week, but already I have seen an increase in Twitter referals to my blogs and an increase in my followers. Why not try it and see if it works for you?