Once you understand the audience, you need to understand the hashtags that they’re using. Twitter is a micro blogging platform and the default setting is that your tweets show up in your timeline. You can customize or hide your timeline by changing your profile settings. You have the option to hide your tweets by adding a hashtag, or you can show your tweets in full. If you choose to show your tweets in full, then they will wrap around the side of your page, while if you hide them, then they will disappear.
What you need to understand is that a lot of your traffic will come from search engines. You can use your keywords throughout your tweet, but the key to promoting your product or service is in the keyword phrase, or keyword search term. What you should do is find a list of keywords related to your niche and use them throughout your tweet. An example would be, if I have a hashtag related to “dog training” I should have my keyword sprinkled throughout my tweet, even in the title. Some keywords that you should do include “How to train a dog”, “How to be a good owner”, and “Dog grooming”, or any related keywords related to that topic.
After you’ve done some keyword research, tweet away. It is important that you know what keywords are relevant to your niche and what keywords are not relevant to your niche.
It is also important that you tweet away for at least 30 days to get some meaningful traffic, while you are promoting your products and services on Twitter it will also help to get some free traffic as well. It is important that you get traffic to your website because it helps to increase your search engine ranking. The more traffic you get the more you are listed in search engines for keywords and phrases that are relevant to your niche. This increases your rankings in search engines, and the more you are listed the more people will see your tweets and visit your website. As the visit your website they will click on your products or services that you’ve posted. This is how you become successful online.