Twittercism is a now little over a year old. In that brief period of time this blog has expanded from fairly humble beginnings to a fully-fledged Twitter resource, providing commentary, tips, tutorials and guides, as well as a little bit of occasional criticism, too.
I’m on a big expansion drive at the moment, and I’d absolutely love if it you could help me out. Everything on Twittercism is completely free, and if you feel you’ve received some value from the articles and information I’ve written and published on this site, it would be incredible if you could help me grow the readership of this blog by recommending it to your friends.
It’s very easy to do. Here’s how you can help, and I’m also going to lay out for you the various ways you can subscribe to Twittercism.
Note: All of these subscription methods are 100% free of charge, and you can opt out at any time.
I’m really hoping to expand my email readership as in the weeks ahead I’m going to start sending out Twittercism newsletters, and these will only be available to email subscribers. The newsletters won’t be published on this blog or shared via Facebook or Twitter. Just email!
They will, however, be jam-packed full of tutorials, tips and guides, and all the other good stuff you’ve (hopefully) come to expect.
I’m also working on my first-ever Twitter ebook, which will be business-orientated and provide steps and guidelines for maximising the ROI on Twitter for brands and entrepreneurs. It will also be completely FREE, but only available to my email subscribers.
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Almost three thousand people receive their Twittercism updates via their favourite RSS reader. RSS allows fans to easily keep track of their favourite websites, and notifies them each time there is an update.
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RSS updates from Twittercism are delivered shortly after each new article is published. Subscribing via this method is totally free and super-convenient.
The majority of my readers (over 4,000) access Twittercism via my Twitter feed. When I update Twittercism I’ll link to the new article on my Twitter page, and many people click through and read the content from there.
While I love getting comments on my blog, Twitter adds another dimension to the discussion aspect, and after each new post is published I regularly exchange ideas and commentary with my network. It’s a great way to keep in touch.
If you’re already a follower, it would be amazing if you recommend Twittercism (http://twittercism.com) to your Twitter network. In particular, my Twitter 101 tutorials can be really helpful to new users.
If you’re already a fan, you can recommend Twittercism to your Facebook friends by clicking on the Suggest to friends link on the top of the left sidebar on the Twittercism page.
I value all of my readers, and I’m psyched about the Twitter journey we’ll be taking together over the weeks and months to come. If you get a little something out of Twittercism and can help ‘pay it forward’, that would be an amazing gift, and one that I would really appreciate.
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