Three Steps to Improve Twitter Conversions – Part 1: Tweet in Blocks

One of the main reasons I’ve been able to quickly and continuously grow traffic to my websites – both my blogs and my affiliate sites – is I’ve become a much better and efficient Twitter user.  It took a lot of time and experimenting, but I’ve come up with three very important tips to help you get more traffic to your websites from Twitter.

Over the next three days, you will be able to read about each of the tips, implement the them, and start to see immediate results!

TIP #1 – TWEET IN BLOCKS OF 10 to 12

As I’m sure you’re well aware, you’re not the only person your Twitter followers are following.  Unfortunately, this means you have to compete for attention with likely thousands – if not tens of thousands – of other people at any given moment.

I’ve found the easiest way to ensure you grab your followers’ attention is to send out Tweets in blocks of 10 to 12, spacing each Tweet roughly 45 seconds to 1 minute apart.

By sending out this block of Tweets, you’re pretty much guaranteed to take up some real estate on your follower’s Twitter feed, however, because you’ve given adequate time between each of your Tweets, you’re not being obnoxious about it.

Services like Tweet Adder and Social Oomph will allow you to quickly set up these blocks of Tweets in advance, so if you’d like, you could knock out an entire day’s worth of Tweeting in just a few minutes.  Plus, you won’t have to sit in front of your computer all day waiting to send out your Tweets.

Tomorrow, I will tell you how to structure these blocks of Tweets to make sure your readers not only don’t tune you out, but actually click on your links.


  1. […] help you improve your conversions on Twitter. Click the following links to read the first post (Tweeting in blocks) and the second post (hide the good stuff) if you haven’t already done so or would simply like a […]