23 November 2020
following on Twitter helps you to boost engagement, grow your car dealership,
and build a strong bond with your social followers.
Here are eight proven
tips to increase your Auto Dealership’s Twitter followers.
1. Optimize your
The first thing most
prospects look up before hitting the follow button is your Twitter profile. Start
by completing and optimizing your profile.
For a username, stick
to your dealer name, and for the profile picture, try the dealer
Twitter also allows you to write a 160-character bio that can is very useful in making a positive first impression. Don't forget to optimize your twitter bio for Google search.
2. Tweet regularly
Tweet more often to
increase your Twitter engagement and drive in more followers.
One of the best ways
to manage your tweets is by creating a schedule calendar. This way, you can
plan and schedule your tweets.
3. Publish useful
Just like any other
social platform, valuable insights can help to expand your reach and boost your
follower count. But do not restrict your tweets to just text, instead add
images, videos, GIFs, infographics, memes, etc. to it.
Research shows that
tweets with visuals are likely to receive 2x more engagement as compared to plain tweets.
4. Use hashtags
Used wisely, hashtags
are powerful traffic drivers. Identify trending hashtags
and try to include them in your tweets.
Limit most tweets to three
hashtags, else you might end up looking hasty.
5. Retweet others
Engage with others to
build strong relationships and get more followers. All you have to do is like
and retweet their content.
When others tag or mention you in their tweets, make it a point to respond.
6. Add Twitter buttons
to your website
Promote your Twitter
profile on both your website and blog.
Here are a few things
you can do:
- Use Twitter buttons on your
- Add a Twitter share button at
the end of your blog posts.
- Include a link to your Twitter
profile in your Website "About Us”
7. Do your research
Research before you
tweet. Bloopers will not do your reputation any good.
8. Reach out to
Almost 40% of prospects
on Twitter would have bought something as a result of an influencer Tweet. Partnering
with an influencer is crucial to increasing your Twitter follower count.
Depending on your
budget you can contact a local influencer in your niche. For even better
results, consider hiring a micro-influencer.