"Why no one engages with my tweets? Why no one is following me? I tweet every day!"
These are questions that are still being asked in 2021. No one wants to feel alone in a sea of content like Twitter. But it also seems that many people didn't "crack the code" yet. How do you get followers on Twitter? How to "make" people engage with your tweets? It's fairly simple, really. You need to be interested in them first. If that makes you even more confused, read on for a more in-depth answer.
Let's say you miraculously gained thousands of new followers on Twitter. You're so happy and excited to share a blog post with them. You click Tweet and wait for the barrage of retweets, likes, and replies you're sure you're about to get.
But they never come.
Where did it go wrong? Well, I hate to break it to you but - nobody cares about you. Suppose you did some Googling and found three articles related to your search. Do you honestly remember the names of the authors? I sure don't.
You and I, we are both servers. Putting a blog post into the world should be considered an act of customer service. Therefore, sharing it on Social Media and expecting a barrage of reactions will never work because it's about you - not them.
Here are three ways you can share your blog posts on Twitter without making it about you.