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Twitter in spammy niches

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by lynysys, Jan 19, 2014.

  1. lynysys

    lynysys Newbie

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    Hi thanks for everyone's help so far with my other questions, I found I've learned more in a few weeks on these forums than many months anywhere else.

    We have a great site, but it is unfortunately in a niche that has a bad reputation for advertising and spam. We have a twitter account and do post and interact with users, but this results in very little responses or engagement.

    I suspect that one of the reasons is that people see the username (Which contains the name of the site/niche), associate with this spammy niche, and so ignore it.

    This is probably very basic stuff, but would anyone be able to give any tips or suggest any strategies for overcoming this?

    Many thanks,
    Lynysys
     
  2. Renegade88

    Renegade88 Newbie

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    Well i think you kind of answered your own question lol. Spend some time making them not as spammy and more like someone or something real. Then drive the spam with the content the account tweets/etc.
     
  3. Exaalion

    Exaalion Regular Member

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    Let's start with you changing your twitter account name.

    The rule is, the more targeted followers you have the more engagement you will have period.

    Keep providing value and engagement will happen!
     
  4. BrandingBaw

    BrandingBaw Power Member

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    Yes I can, send me a PM with your Skype and I'll see what I can do for you :)

    Edit: NVM, bought the theme.
     
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