10 Tips to Get More Retweets on Twitter

Everyone knows Twitter. Twitter is a popular social service for bloggers and webmasters. They use it to bring more traffic,  RSS subscribers and followers to their websites.

A retweet on Twitter allows you to share your posts with current followers and their friends. If your content gets a lot of retweets it goes far beyond your follower pool. In other words, if your blog posts gets a lot of retweets you can get a lot of visitors.

These tips will help you to get more retweets and bring more traffic to your site or blog. Here are my 10 tips to get more retweets.

1. Try to get more followers

One of the best ways to get more followers is to put icon with a link to your Twitter microblog on your website. If your visitors will like your blog posts they can easily follow you on Twitter. That will potentially increase the number of retweets.

2. Ask for a retweet

A small request for a retweet directly in the message will also increase the chances that your followers will retweet your message. This may look like this: RT please.

Do not use it in every message. It’s much better to ask for retweet only for your best posts.

3. Give something back

If you want to get many retweets do not forget to retweet interesting links from your followers. If you want to get something from your followers you should give something back.

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8 Tips for Getting in Google’s Real-Time Search Results

There are few ways to get found in Google’s real-time searches. The main idea - you have to get people talking about your website.

8 Tips for Getting in Google’s Real-Time Search Results

Google’s real-time search is all about Twitter and Facebook, so go ahead and join by opening up Facebook and Twitter accounts. Without it you couldn’t get in real time search results.

1. Integrate Twitter with your website

The first thing you have must do - add a Twitter retweet button to your site. It’ll help to spread the word about your content. I prefer Tweetmeme retweet button. You can also integrate your Twitter conversations with your website. The best way to do that is to add Twitter gadget. The more tweets you get - the more chances your site has to appear in search engine’s result pages.

2. Use Twitter #hashtags

Seacrh engine optimization will now play an even bigger role in real-time search. Twitter hashtags will now appear in search results, and if your tweets are tagged - they can drive additional targeted visitors to your website and help to get quality backlinks.

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What Google’s Real Time Search Means to SEO

Twitter and Google’s Real-Time Search are this year’s main buzz and so far it doesn’t seem to be going anywhere. Google has announced it’s real time search feature on 7th of December, 2009.

What Google’s Real Time Search Means to SEO

Real time search brings a dynamic stream of real-time content to enhance regular search results. Google users can see a scrollable area on the Google results page.

I like the idea of real-time results in Google SERPs. I’m sure that new feature extends the usefulness of search engines.

What Google’s Real Time Search Means to SEO now and in the future?

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Top 10 SEO Gurus you should follow on Twitter

Twitter is getting more and more popular. It’s a great tool for learning SEO and tracking SEO industry news.

Twitter can be fantastic place for getting link building ideas and new search engine marketing tips. Many underground conversations go on within Twitter that never make it to the blogosphere and SEO blogs. Twitter conversations can be extremely useful for ranking high on search engine.

Here is my list of top 1o SEO gurus you should follow on Twitter.

@SEJournalSearch Engine Journal - established in 2003 by Loren Baker, is a publication of Search & Social Media, LLC, which specializes in a community approach to the reporting of search engine news & the sharing of Search Engine Marketing knowledge & tactics.

@annsmarty - Ann is the Associate Editor of Search Engine Journal, a seasoned SEO blogger and manages guest bloggers on Search Engine Journal. Ann’s posts usually revolve around lists of SEO resources, SEO tool reviews and other technical SEO issues.

@sengineland - Search Engine Land, famous resource for SEO news and information about search engine marketing, optimization and how search engines such as Google, Yahoo, Microsoft Live.com and Ask.com work for searchers.

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