The Digital marketing stats show a brilliant timeline with the number of monthly active Twitter users worldwide from 2010 to 2014 (in millions). There are 284 million monthly active users on Twitter and at the beginning of the 2015, the micro-blogging site is projected to reach 56.9 million monthly active users on Twitter and chances […]
The Digital marketing stats show a brilliant timeline with the number of monthly active Twitter users worldwide from 2010 to 2014 (in millions). There are 284 million monthly active users on Twitter and at the beginning of the 2015, the micro-blogging site is projected to reach 56.9 million monthly active users on Twitter and chances are, you’re one of them. Unfortunately, the data shows very big amount of active users on Twitter, but it doesn’t mean they’re using it the right way.
And thanks to SocioBoard, we have new stats from over 200,000 digital marketing tweets to prove what actually works on Twitter as crunchy social feed and what doesn’t. While some of it affirmed what user suspected, we were also surprised by the results. Have a read on below mention stats and you will definitely become surprised, too.
1) Tweets from business that contain pictures are 34% more likely to get retweeted by the other businesses than tweets from businesses with no pictures whatsoever.
Ever you used images on your Twitter yet? If the answer is No! Then start adding photos in your business Tweets. In order to add an image in Tweets keep this thing in mind that the file size of animated GIFs can be up to 3 MB and images can be up to 5 MB. Just like Facebook you can even tag other business users in your photos.
Â 2) Your business tweets are 26% more likely to get retweeted by the businesses if you placed a URL in the middle of the tweet as compare of the tweets in which you placed a URL at the beginning or the end of the tweet.
Most of us had no idea that this was one of the case which can affect the figure of retweets, people was most often placing the URL at the beginning or the end of the tweet lesson learned to boost lucrative business!
3) IncludingÂ hash-tagsÂ in businesses tweets are one more way to get retweeted even 33% moreÂ tweets by the users than tweets withoutÂ hash-tags.
Always use hash-tag wisely “ try to keep them around 11 characters get 117% more retweets than those within 6 and 10 characters. So try to include them into the genuine copy of the tweet.
4) As compared to one-off email campaigns, Twitter that directly stay connect with the audience via message campaigns get 300% higher retweet rate.
SocioBoard actually has social media marketing tools that makes easy to keep multiple tabs on social chats and provides everything that your business need to engage your audience efficiently. It also allows you to create targeted Digital Marketing Campaigns, keeping your business from spamming or annoying your audience.
5) 90% of users who engage audience with Twitter-based digital marketing campaigns, most of them not follow the business on Twitter after the marketing campaign interaction.
Have you caught the marketing strategy in place to preserve the Twitter marketing campaign after the marketing campaign ends because 90% is a really massive figure! Â Check out the best strategy that are listed in the SocioBoard Strategy of Success on Twitter.
6) Until you make an effort to engage your Twitter followers of Businesses you will on average lose 15% of new within three weeks.
If you not able to manage to convince the tweets from your business marketing campaign to follow you, it doesn’t stop there. You need to recall your followers by being engaged with your Twitter fan community. Whereas SocioBoard can help you to engage your audience efficiently!!!!
7) Over a large portion of (57%) of business are spending at best 50% more on Twitter advertising contrasted and two years ago, with 15% of respondents expressing that their spending has tripled.
Still Content is the King of Social Media Marketing and if you’ve not yet explored with content amplification on Twitter yet, definitely your business will miss out a very big opportunity.