Win 3 FREE pages of SEO copy
March 19, 2009 • Glenn Murray
Some of my Twitter followers talk to me a lot
I love my Twitter followers (although I hate the term ‘followers’). They’re so helpful and friendly and giving. And I have some brilliant conversations with them.
I’d like more of my followers to do the same
But I keep seeing the same names and faces popping up in my @ replies column in TweetDeck. Don’t get me wrong; I love seeing their smiling faces! It’s not that I want them to stop. I just want more of my followers to engage with me in the same way.
Perhaps I’m just not tweeting good stuff?
Now I know everyone’s busy, and that’s partly why I’m not seeing more faces. And I know a good percentage of my followers probably followed me ages ago, then promptly forgot about me (or stopped using Twitter altogether). And, doubtless, some followed me just to get me to follow them – they’re just playing the numbers game.
But I have a feeling there’s more to it than that. I suspect I’m simply not tweeting enough about the right stuff. I suspect I’d get a lot more response if I knew exactly the sorts of things my followers want to hear more of. So here’s what I’m proposing…
To WIN, tell me what to tweet about…
Please tell me what you’d like me to tweet and blog about. Just add a comment below. Even if you only heard about me for the first time through this post, feel free to follow me now, then jump in and tell me the sorts of tweets and posts you value most.
In return, I’m offering a prize: 3 FREE pages of SEO copy. I’ll select one comment at random, and its owner will get 3 pages of SEO copy written/re-written for FREE. By me, personally. (Obviously spam comments will be discounted.)
I’ll be announcing the winner on Monday, April 6, 2009.
- I’m not suggesting I’ll be changing my overall approach and general subject matter domain. But if there’s something in particular you’d like me to be tweeting – or even blogging – about, more often, I’d really like to know.
- And while I’m more than happy for people to follow me purely as a result of this post, I ask that you only do so if you’re interested in copywriting, SEO copywriting and general SEO stuff. That’s my area of expertise, and what I usually tweet about. I don’t want a whole swag of disinterested followers. That would kinda defeat the purpose of this post!
- When I say “3 FREE pages of SEO copy”, I DON’T mean copy like this or this. I’m talking about more succinct corporate SEO copy like this, this and this. We’re talking up to about 300-400 words per page, here.
So tell me… What would YOU like to read about more often in my tweets and blog?