Do you ever find yourself frustrated finding new ways to engage with others on Twitter? Don’t worry, we’ve got the top 5 ways to improve your Twitter engagement and make tweeting more enjoyable for you.
These tips will help in building your following, driving up your brand’s presence, and being concise with the points you are want to get across.
Do you have any tips that work for you that are not on our list? Let us know!
We’re throwing a Private Party in LA and you have a chance to win an exclusive ticket to the celebration!
CoPromote is launching our Ambassador Program with Vine and Youtube creators.
Respond to this post with the hashtag for your chance to win! Only 20 people will be chosen…and you can be one of them.
1) Go to your CoPromote account’s profile page.
2) At the top of the page you will see a cover photo along with your profile picture.
3) Place your cursor over the camera image in the top left-hand corner (directly above your profile picture) and the image should turn into an “Add Cover Photo” button.
4) Click on the “Add Cover Photo” button, select an image you would like to use as your cover photo, and press “Enter” once you have chosen one.
5) Congratulations, you have now added your cover photo!
(If you do not like the image you have chosen, repeat these steps above until you find one that you like :))
With Halloween right around the corner, the internet is bursting with creative costume ideas. We’re looking to see how CoPromoters celebrate this spooky holiday! Do YOU think you have the best costume this year?
To enter, send us your photos at firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet it to us with the hashtag #CoPromoteHalloween
The winner will get a feature on the CoPromote blog, as well as a 3 month Premium membership to CoPromote(a $300 value), and of course, unlimited bragging rights.
We can’t wait to see what you all come up with!
Have a happy(and safe) Halloween from the team at CoPromote.
CoPromote launched in 2014 with a mission to serve the dynamic emerging market of independent content creators on the social web.
Whereas major brands and creators have the resources to scale their reach with traditional advertising, many independent content creators have to rely on word of mouth or social alternatives which can take time to scale, and detract from the creative process.
Enter CoPromote. Founded by creators to serve creators, CoPromote not only understands the needs of creative people, we understand the technology required to build a platform that enables creators to reach and support each other organically, affordably and easily.
As September has shown, there is clearly need for CoPromote on the social web, which means we should all look forward to reaching the next billion together soon!