21 Tips for Getting Started on Twitter as an Influencer
By: Leslie Fischman
Blogging Tip #1: Keep a journal to Record your Progress and Set Daily Goals
Blogging Tip #2: Keep Track of all your Used Material & Don’t Re-Blog anything more than 3 times.
Blogging Tip #3: Never count your Followers per day just sign up for Sprout Social – what matters most is that you have a Schedule to stick to.
Blogging Tip #4: Don’t over Mention your Favorites, once in awhile is okay but not too much. Remember your Twitter Etiquette.
Blogging Tip #5: For every Follower I lose, I edit, delete, and change Tempo.
Blogging Tip #6: Retweet Sparingly, to maintain a Following don’t overwhelm them with Retweets they are Following you because they want to hear from you.
Blogging Tip #7: Be careful what you write on Twitter because it shows up in your Google Search. Represent yourself well at all times.
Blogging Tip #8: Its important to keep a Journal to track your progress so you can #blog about it later once you find success!
Blogging Tip #9: Twitter is a very specialized kind of Blogging you are the traffic controller of people short on patience, be contentious.
Blogging Tip #10: The easier you can navigate the Web the easier your viewer can navigate, don’t share crap only the best research, be thoughtful.
Blogging Tip #11: The Quality of your content determines your success as a Blogger. Know your sources, be mindful of your Audiences needs.
Blogging Tip #12: Handwriting is a good way to slow things down and focus on your writing itself. Its easy to get carried away at the computer being too wordy. To put your best foot forward, write sharp, clear, and concise, online it is especially necessary to do so. -Handwriting forces me to do everything twice. For Publishing Online that’s a great trait! -Handwrite, type, then Post!
Blogging Tip #13: If you can, you should always condense your material to one Tweet if possible, avoid series Tweets, helps to stay organized.
Becoming a Brand Ambassador
Blogging Tip #14: Prior to registering for any Influencer Campaigns make sure you are first Registered as an Ambassador with an Organization. (Example: Glambassadors).
Blogging Tip #15: Once you are registered with an Organization (i.e. Glambassadors, Bloglovin Activate) make sure you apply with your Website (i.e. Wordpress, Weebly, Tumblr, Twitter) not an Affiliate Marketing Website (i.e. Shopify unless it is complete with a Blog and appears as any of your other Websites demonstrates your work ethic as a Writer and Love for Fashion). To be an Influencer you must have a Blog, that can be viewed at the time of Application. This is a requirement for places like (Example: ShopStyle, RewardStyle).
Blogging Tip #16: Image is everything. Make sure you are put together and well organized have a clear vision on paper before you apply, so they know you’re ready.
Blogging Tip #17: Make sure your contact email on your website is different from all your other emails to keep track of Inquiries, and know from which Websites they are inquiring from.
Blogging Tip #18: It’s okay to have multiple identities Online, so long as you are organized have a cohesive vision (i.e. School, Personal, and Fashion).
Blogging Tip #19: myshopify is a New Platform -you need to razzel dazzle them if you’re trying anything new out of the ordinary.
Blogging Tip #20: When a Company asks for an Influencer they want you as a Brand be put together not an empty Storefront.
Blogging Tip #21: Nothing is obvious about Affiliate Marketing it sounds simple but very complicated hard to get into, don’t give up, and regroup.