How To Use Twitter To Boost Adsense Earnings

How To Use Twitter To Boost Adsense Earnings
How To Use Twitter To Boost Adsense Earnings


For this social media series will be explaining how to use all the major social media platforms to boost your own Adsense revenue.  Unlike many other posts like this, I will be giving tips for both bloggers and YouTubers to follow along with. We start this series of posts with Twitter...


Tip 1: Always fill in ALL Profile Information


While some people are happy to be an egg you should always fill in as much information as you can and make sure you throw in some relevant hashtags in the profile description itself to make it easier for people to find you. What as this got to do with making more Adsense revenue? It has more to do with it than you might think. A good, well-made profile will gain more followers, make your profile image stand out in the main Twitter feed and will even give you a much more professional look Then those all-important clicks back to the main Youtube channel or blog will be much higher.

Tip 2: Never Auto Post


It is far too easy to simply click on "post to Twitter" and never log in again, but that is not going to get those all-important clicks back to your website and YouTube channel. You need to make sure each tweet looks as good as it can with relevant hashtags, an easy to find link (preferably the in the first line of the tweet) and a nice sized image or images. Auto-tweets are easy to scan past in a fast-moving Twitter feed, but a well-made tweet with an image not so much.

Tip 3: Frogger Those Tweets

Tip 3: Frogger Those Tweets

Tip 3: Frogger Those Tweets


And now we move onto the pro tips. Do you remember the game Frogger? (you might want to look it up if you are younger than 30) but essentially it was a game in which a frog had to get from one end of the screen to the other and in each level there were several water parts with floating logs constantly moving that you had to jump upon (there is a point to this I promise). Now imagine your followers fast-moving Twitter feeds as that water part. The average person apparently follows 707 people and that is a lot of tweets in the feed. Imagine how hard it would be to jump on a single log moving along that screen in Frogger, it would have been very difficult indeed. But...if you Frogger your Tweets and post not just 1 a day, but 10, 20 maybe even more, there is a much better chance your followers will see at least one and hop onto it. Just that one click through to a blog or YouTube feed will often lead them to look at more content while they are there and this, in turn, can boost your Adsense income significantly, especially if you Frogger those Tweets daily. Got a new post or video to Tweet about? Don't just post once, post it 3 or 5 times a day, along with older content to keep those little frogs jumping onto your link logs and riding all the way to your content. See! It was a long tip, but well worth reading.

Tip 4: Engagement is Key


I know you are busy making that next video or blog post, but do try and put by just 30 mins a day, liking, following and interacting with fans and random followers. Its no good auto-posting and walking away from Twitter, you need to be seen as active on there, even if it is just for short periods of time. As a little bonus tip you should NEVER engage with trolls, but do understand the differences between a troll and someone offering genuine negative feedback.

Tip 5: Make Sure it is Two Way Traffic


Far too many bloggers and YouTubers forget to post their social media links to Twitter and Facebook in every video them make. Include them with some fancy graphics or just make sure they are in your main home page of the blog and in your YouTube channel profile. Its all well and good getting people to visit your site via Twitter, but you need to build an audience up on there so make sure you should about it as much as you can to keep reminding people you are active on that platform.

Some of these tips might seem a little basic, but they really are important to get those clicks back to your videos and blog posts. The more clicks, the more content they are liable to look at and that means more money in that Adsense bank. So keep plugging away on Twitter as much as you can as it really is the easiest social media site to work with esspecialy if you are only using it to grow your Adsense revenue.

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