Once in a while, I like to poke my head behind the web stats curtain and take a look at what the wizard is doing behind the scenes. Today, I found an interesting trend that I need to share.
It seems that - visitors to this blog who come via twitter have a 10% lower average bounce rate.
Signing up for Twitter is quite easy. To sign up for an account, follow these steps:
According to the site itself, “Twitter is a service for friends, family, and co–workers to communicate and stay connected through the exchange of quick, frequent answers to one simple question: What are you doing?”
Twitter is a microblogging platform – users may publish messages that are no longer than 140 characters, including spaces. The posts, which may include links, are available to one’s “followers” within a few minutes and remain permanently searchable on the Twitter servers. Users may send and receive messages directly at twitter.com, through a third-party application, or with a text messaging service.
Twitter is free to use and the basics are easy to learn. In addition to be a fun way to connect socially, it is a goldmine for the wise internet marketer. Businesses can identify and connect with potential clients easily in the fast-paced microblogging environment, and the savvy internet marketer is on the cutting edge of this growing technology.
Twitter is a community-driven communications medium – its users decide how it is used, and come up with much of the jargon used. Some of the more common terms about Twitter include: