How to Get More Followers Twitter: 7 Ways to Dominate Twitter

How to Get More Followers on Twitter

In this article, I’ll show you exactly how to get more followers on Twitter and how to turn Twitter into your personal source of traffic and sales. These are 7 of my most powerful Twitter tips that you can use to grow your account and smash your competition.

Twitter is one of the biggest social media websites out there, and it can be an extremely powerful marketing platform for your business or website.

How to Get Followers Twitter: Don’t Be Afraid to Start from Scratch.

What scares most people away from marketing on Twitter is that they’ll have to start with zero followers and building an online presence is not something most people are keen on.

Well, let’s just put all the cards on the table.

You’ll have to start from ground zero with 0 followers and work your way up from there.

There’s really no way around it.

It’s a challenge but one that will reward you with a lot of benefits.

Don’t worry, it’s easier than you might think, and it doesn’t necessarily take a long time if you are consistent.

That’s the keyword; consistency. 

Business aren’t built sporadically, it takes consistent work to create something valuable.

Commit to building your Twitter account on a daily basis and in a month or less you’ll have a solid foundation of Twitter followers.

Just think how many followers you’ll have in a year or two! 

Just remember, I broke these tips down into bite-sized chunks and you don’t need to be a marketing expert to understand how it works, it’s all rather simple.

If you’re confused, there is a summary at the end of the article that will highlight the takeaway points from this article.

Let’s begin.

How to Get More Followers Twitter: 1 Use Images

Twitter, like Facebook, fetches images from articles that you share on it’s platform to use as a teaser for the content.

Most people don’t use this feature to it’s full potential, and they miss out on bonus traffic and potential sales, a mistake that we can easily fix.

Images are important, not only for appearance purposes, but also for search engine optimization.

See, Google’s robots scan website’s for a wide range of content and plug all that info into their complex algorithm to determine where the website should be ranked in search engine results.

Naturally, as a website owner, the goal is to make sure that your website has a high rank in search engine results because that means more traffic and more sales (why would anyone say no to free traffic?).

Google doesn’t just scan the content of an article, it scans all the elements and HTML that’s on a website, that means images are included too.

And yes, if you include your target keywords in your images descriptions and tags, they’ll rank in Google, and that’ll send more people to your website.

Long story short, including an image in your article, a relevant image, is always a good idea because not only will it improve your rank in search engine results, but Twitter will fetch that image and use it when you share the link to the article.

The image will appear on your Twitter news feed and give people a taste of what to expect from the article, they receive a much better click-through rate than ordinary text posts. I mean, I am a little hesitant to click on links on Twitter, an image makes it clear that the link isn’t taking me to a spam and virus filled website.

  • Include images in your articles. Make it clear what the article is about. 

I know you might not be a Photoshop expert so creating images might be a challenge.

You can also take a look at the previous article I wrote about marketing content on Twitter, it’s full of valuable tips for content marketers. Make a habit of creating an image for each article you write.

It’s really simple and easy, and it makes a more pleasurable reading experience for your readers.

If your readers enjoy the article, they’re more likely to share it on social media, leave comments, and interact with your website; something that your need to grow your online business. 

So, that’s one way on how to get more followers on Twitter, create images for your articles, share the links on Twitter, let Twitter fetch the image, and watch as people follow your account.

They’ll see the image, immediately understand what your content is about, follow you on Twitter, and click on your links.

It’s really simple.

2. Follow People (But Remember Twitter’s Rules!)

The fastest way to get followers is to follow other people.

Nowadays, there are a lot of Twitter tools that people use to auto-follow accounts that follow them, so if you follow a lot of accounts, a lot of people will follow you back.

Also, Twitter makes it easy for people to see who followed their accounts, and most people will be happy to follow you if you follow them.

Of course, if you take it to the extreme and follow too many people, there’s a good chance that Twitter will either limit your account, or ban you all-together. Be careful.

Follow the rules. 

(If you follow a lot of people and not many follow you back, consider cleaning your account with these tools)

3. Include Embedded Tweets in Your Articles

Most people don’t do this, but it’s actually an awesome way to get more followers.

Here’s how you do it.

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Select your Tweet, click the three little dots, and then select “Embed Tweet”.

A page with a code will appear, simply copy and paste the code into your text editor, the Tweet should appear with no problems.

This is an excellent way to build your social media accounts, as you can see, I included an embedded Tweet at the beginning of this article.

It’s also a cool way to share quotes and other tidbits of information without disturbing the flow of the article, and embed Tweets look nice too.

Include one or two embed Tweets in your articles and I guarantee that you’ll see an increase in Twitter followers.

Note: This also works for other social media profiles, such as Instagram. 

4. Re-Tweet People’s Links on Twitter

Most people, when it comes to building their social media profiles, are a bit selfish and only focus on sharing their own content.

I mean, it makes sense, that’s what Twitter is for – marketing links, right?

Well, though that may be true, if you can get a boost from an authority website, that’ll make it much easier for you get Twitter followers.

Most people (who have more followers than you) won’t usually share your links on their profile (unless your Tweets are really – really – awesome!) unless you do something for them first.

To get their attention, share their links first. 

There have been quite a few occasions where I shared a link from an article I read and enjoyed and then found out that the writer re-tweeted that share to his entire fan base, sending more people to my account.

So, don’t hold back.

If you like something that you read or watch online, don’t hesitate to share it on social media, there’s a good chance the creator will take note.

When it comes to sharing articles, Twitter notifies the author whenever the article is shared on social media, that means they can see exactly who share their links.

That’s one way to get their attention. 

Re-tweet people without hesitation! You have to give first before you can receive!

5. Post Responses to Tweets

Hit the little reply button and leave a comment, much like you would on a website.

We talked about the benefits of posting comments on other websites in this article, the same applies for Tweets.

People on Twitter see responses too, and they’ll likely click on your account and follow you if you post something useful and informative.

That’s how to get more followers. Twitter makes it easy for you to reply to Tweets and share your opinions, so take advantage of the feature.

Like other content on Twitter, each response has tab where you can views the impressions, these impressions can really add up if you post a few responses a day! 

Replying to Tweets is a good way to stock up in followers. I recommend leaving one or two replies a day, ideally more, but start with a small number and see how it goes from there, learn how it works, and create a system.

6. Just Pay for Them.

At the beginning of this article, I said that the fastest way to get followers on Twitter was by following accounts and waiting for people to follow-back.

Well, that’s not entirely true.

Though that is the fastest free method, there’s another method that’s much faster, but it requires some cash.

It’s called Twitter ads. 

Twitter ads are much like Facebook ads, where you can promote individual Tweets to specific demographics.

If you have some money to spare, I recommend testing out some Twitter ads, take your most popular (and highest converting) tweets and promote them with Twitter ads.

It’s worth a shot, and it will definitely bring in an influx of Twitter followers.

7. Add Your Twitter Account on Images You Share on Other Social Media Accounts.

The first tip on how to get followers was all about images, but let’s expand on that a bit because there’s another tip we can discuss that can also be used to boost Twitter followers.

I’m talking about including your Twitter account link in the images that your share on other social media platforms.

What other social media accounts do you have? Facebook? Instagram? 

If you have Instagram, sharing an image and including your Twitter profile link in the corner or somewhere else in the image is another way to market your Twitter account.

I know most people on Instagram are only there for the pictures, but some of them will remember your Twitter account if it’s memorable and easy to remember, and they’ll likely punch it into their web browser later on.

If you don’t know how to do that, contact me on Fiverr, and I’ll see what I can do for you.

P.S. I can also create images for your articles that you can share on Instagram for some additional traffic and exposure.

Let’s Summarize!

Alright, so we’re nearly done, thanks for sticking with me this far!

Here are the key points of this article: 

  • Images can help boost search engine results, include them on your articles.
  • Images can really help your social media campaigns, use them to their full potential.
  • Follow accounts on Twitter for fast new-followers.
  • Pay attention to Twitter’s rules, don’t follow to many new people within 24 hours.
  • Embed Tweets in your articles not only help you boost Twitter followers but also make your article look nice and professional. Include them in your articles.
  • Generously share links on Twitter and re-tweet people.
  • Reply to tweets that catch your attention, write an interesting response.
  • Launch a Twitter ad campaign for fast results.
  • Consider including your Twitter handle in the images you use on other websites.

Remember, be generous and it will always come back to you. 

So now you know how to get more followers. Twitter is just one aspect of your online business that you need to get under control, there are many other factors that can contribute to your online business success.

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24 thoughts on “How to Get More Followers Twitter: 7 Ways to Dominate Twitter

  1. Hi Anthony,

    Another high value posts here

    I’ve got 2 Twitter accounts. My first one has 36,000 followers. My 2nd account is new – I have 4,000 followers for that one

    In a 24 hour cycle, I post a lot of value driven content using software and a PA. The main issue is to get engagement happening, and pick up a few leads directly from my promotional tweets (about 1 in 10 tweets are promotional.)

    I’m using several of your strategies. But there are a few that I’m not using:

    – Embed Tweets in articles
    – Twitter ad campaign.
    – Twitter handle in images

    Embedding tweets in articles is a no brainer, as is twitter handle in images. I’ll add these two to my twitter campaign

    Thanks a lot

    Kim Willis recently posted…Susan Jeffers Says ‘Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway’ (Is She Right?)My Profile

    1. Nice Kim, 30,000 followers is quite an achievement. Mine is growing a lot faster these days! I’m glad that I could help you out, I really like embedded Tweets, I try to include embed at least one Tweet from my account in each article. Thanks for leaving a comment.

    1. Hey Roy, do you mind explaining why you think paying for Twitter ads is not a good idea? Have you had a negative experience with Twitters ads? I just want to clarify that I meant paying for Twitter ads, the official ads, not buying followers from third-parties.

  2. Hi Timothy,
    Many thanks for these tips. I am relatively new to Twitter with just over 1000 followers so far.

    I really like the concept of embedded tweets that you shared. Will definitely be trying that out today.

    Actually one simple thing I have trouble with is thanking people who retweet my tweets. How do you do this? I know it sounds stupid but whenever I click on the notification it does not enable me to send that person a thank you message.

    Also will be trying out some Twitter ads later so thanks for that.

    So much to learn!

    Best wishes from the remote Thai village marketer

    Peter Beckenham recently posted…Your First Blog Post – Make It CountMy Profile

    1. Hey Peter,

      Thanks for leaving a comment. To thank someone for a re-Tweet, I usually just head to their profile, find my post, and then hit the reply button and say thanks. Sometimes you get these people that re-tweet everything they see though, pretty sure they’re bots, but you never know. I’m glad you liked my article, I try to include a couple of embed Tweets in each article to boost my Twitter followers, I also do that with Instagram.


  3. Lots of great info here…I like #3 about embedded tweets…I will have to try that!

    Thanks for sharing your awesome blog content.

    I am just starting to use Twitter so this was great info.

    Another Tool I use is TweetJuke Box and add all my variety of Tweets to it-great automation tool so you can spend more time with your followers.



  4. Hey Timothy,

    I really enjoyed your article. I’ve been trying to grown my own twitter account and I couldn’t agree more with #5. I’ve gained so many more followers by simply responding to the tweets of people in communities where I enjoy the discussion and they almost always respond.

    I believe this is a good way to put yourself out there because how can people follow you if they don’t know you exist?

    Keep up the good work,


  5. That embed tweet tip is one I have not been doing! Thanks for that one. I feel like despite all my efforts thought I’m stuck at 500 followers. Unless I follow other people I don’t really care about it never goes up. I feel like nobody naturally follows me because they like my stuff. Have you had this problem? Is this because I simply don’t have enough followers for this to happen?

    1. Hey, Matt. I just checked out your website and followed you on Twitter. I think eventually people will find your Twitter account if you keep giving it exposure. If you don’t have a lot of website traffic, I think it’s normal for it to not grow that much. Like I said in the article, the fastest way to get followers is just to like a bunch of people. Thanks for leaving a comment!

  6. Hi Timothy,

    I’m really glad I came across your post. I have tried before to grow my twitter account and gave up pretty quickly. I think because I was only using your first tip. I will try incorporating these others and see if I can’t get my account growing again.


  7. Great review on how to get more followers. I really need to start adding pictures on my twitter so it could give it a little more life. Thank you for the great advice and now its about that time to fix my twitter up. Take care.

  8. I really like this, I was never a believer in Twitter until I earned a whopping £2 through a tweet. Will never forget so it is absolutely worth to have a Twitter account and go through the tips to increase the number of followers.

  9. These are great advices, and something I’m definitely going to take to hear. There are too many people out there who try to fit in cookie cutter type molds of what they think people want. This was very insightful due to the fact that I recently just started Blogging. Every blogger is different, so being unique is key. Constant comparison will kill your happiness. Thanks again for the insightful post!

  10. Social proof is a principle in psychology which looks at group behavior in relation to perceived success. This principle applies to Twitter easily. The same people who are out there in the real world being changed by social proof are on Twitter having it change their behavior there too. To put it in basic terms, when your account has a high followers number it is seen as successful. When people see this success they are more likely to trust your account, and want to join in as well.

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