It’s important to raise the visibility of your Twitter handle to increase your followers, which could then give you insights about who you should follow. One of the simplest ways to raise your Twitter visibility is to place links to your handle in your LinkedIn profile. This is rarely done, but quite easy to do.
- On www.LinkedIn.com click on Profile then Edit My Profile then Additional Information to edit your websites
- Select which of the three website slots to use
- From the first drop down menu select “Other”
- In the description box, type in “Follow me on Twitter” or something similar
- Then type in the URL for your Twitter handle (i.e., http://www.twitter.com/yourhandle)
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Bottom Line: Taking simple steps to increase the visibility of your various social media persona is easy.
Question: Have you taken a holistic approach to your social media profile?
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