Are you losing your followers on Twitter at a rapid rate? If your answer is yes then follow some tips to plug that loop hole.
One fine day, you checked your Twitter followers count to be 10,000. The next day, you see that the Twitter follower has reduced to 850 only. A single day gap and you lost 150 followers count!!!!
What do you do? Well, there can be several reasons for why you are losing your followers. Some of the reasons can be: They are not the real people whom you should target or they are not interested in getting your Twits anymore.
There are some genuine reasons for losing tweets. But you always have a solution to fix them. Let us look at some of the common reasons and what to do for it?
The first reason for losing tweets is that when your followers think that you are not listening or following them. In that case, they get frustrated and start unfollowing you.
What to do for it? You cannot help getting followers that you have lost but there is always a room for improvement. You can follow your new followers and keep in touch with them. Learning lessons from past mistakes is always a good decision so you can work on new followers and make sure that you don’t lose them.
The second reason for losing tweets can be disorientation. Yes, you read it right. By disorientation, we mean that you are sending all of your tweets to everyone who is following you irrespective of the fact that whether he or she would be interested in it or not. If you constantly send your tweet on all subjects to all of the followers then there are more chances that most of them would get irritated and unfollow you.
What to do for it? Do some research work and orient your tweets in such a way that you send your tweet only to the interested people. Always follow the 80/20 rule where 80% of your tweet would be related to your area of interest and the rest of the portion is related to something that can engage your followers.
The third common reason for losing tweets is your laziness. For example, you send your tweet some day and forget about that for months then your followers would not take you seriously and follow you over a period of time.
What to do for it? Regularity in any business is important. If you are not serious about your tweets than how can you expect your followers to keep following you for no reasons. Make sure when you send your tweet, your next tweet should be ready and it should be uploaded within one day only.
The last but not the least reason can be too much of marketing. If you are promoting your products and services only in your Tweets than again your followers might get irritated and unfollow you.
What to do for it? The same rule of 80/20 holds true here also.