Free Article Marketing Course: Lesson 7 – Be A Twitter Star With Great Articles

Let’s be honest. There are a ton of social media and marketing sites that you could join and be a part of — right? I mean there are so many that it is enough to make you log off your laptop and just say — forget about it! But not so fast!

If I could convince you to join and participate in only one social media site that works really well for article marketing, would you do it? If you answered yes, then open a new window in your browser right now and join Twitter.

Twitter is a social media site that allows people to send quick updates about what they are doing, where they are, anything. Posts are allowed to have links in them (shortened into tiny urls to save space), and all the posts have to be short and quick.

What’s great about this is that you can write an article and then send all your Twitter followers (friends) a quick note about it with a link to read it.

Twitter makes receiving information highly digestible. When someone sends me say a quick note about a new holistic dog food with a link — it’s no biggie to just click on the link and then see if I want to read the rest of the article.

Twitter sends real traffic to your site, interested in your content, and ready to join your list if they like what they see. I have seen a steady increase in traffic to my blog and also in subscriber rates since I started posting my articles to Twitter.

Another tip — Using one of the many Twitter tools out there to enhance your experience, you can have your blog’s RSS feed automatically post your new articles to Twitter. OR if you write and submit articles to a directory such as, they have their own special tool which will automatically submit your articles to Twitter once they are approved. Cool huh?

Ready to take your article marketing to the next level? You will when you enroll into Articology™ – The Article Marketing Training Program.

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