Twitter can be a big old noisy world and with everyone busy spewing out Tweets left, right and centre. Unless you already have a mahusive following, it can be a struggle to actually be heard on Twitter…..which is just one of the annoying things about Twitter! One way to try and fast track your influence on Twitter is by tagging others in your posts. But obviously you don’t want to seem like some spammy lunatic by tagging other Twitter accounts willy nilly….no people just won’t appreciate that all. Instead, did you know that a savvy way to boost your Twitter reach is by tagging retweet accounts who will then help to boost your post’s reach by retweeting your content for you? There are also certain hashtags which will do exactly the same.
But the question is….what on earth are they? You needn’t look any further, because I’ve rounded up a big fat list of Twitter retweet accounts and hashtags you can use as part of your tweets to help them go the extra mile. So here goes:
Twitter retweet accounts
@FemaleBloggerRT – 62.1k followers
@LovingBlogs – 44.4k followers
@BBlogRT – for beauty posts – 34.8k followers
@TheBlogGuideRT – 26.7k followers
@thebloggershub_ – 19.4k followers
@bloggeration – 19.1K followers
@UKBlog_Rt – 18.2k followers
@FabBloggersRT – 8k followers
@Global_BlogRT – 5.5k followers
@FemBloggers – 3.8k followers
@UKparentblogger – 3.2k followers
@allthoseblogs – 2.7k followers
@RTbloggersgang – 1.4k followers
@discoverblogRT – 1.4k followers
@welshbloggersRT (if you’re Welsh!) – 1.2k followers
@UKBlogRT – 1k followers
@UKbloggersRT – 530 followers
Twitter retweet hashtags
#BloggingGals – 47.3k followers
#BloggersBlast – 31.5k followers
#TheGirlGang – 17.4k followers
#MondayBlogs – Monday’s only (obvs!) – 17.3k followers
#BloggersTribe – 12.3k followers
#SundayBlogShare – 3.5k followers
Obviously there are lot of options above to include in your tweets to help boost them but remember, too many accounts being tagged or overuse of hashtags are spammy so I would settle on two or three of the above for every tweet and no more and try and change them up between tweets – especially when scheduling if you do.
Well my lovelies I hope the above is helpful. I’d love to know if you are trying to grow your Twitter reach? Or if you have you experimented with using any of the above accounts and hashtags in your Tweets? Or perhaps you have some others to add. Do share in a comment below.
And if you found this post useful why not read my guide on how to grow you Twitter followers to 10,000 and beyond. You might also like these game blogging tips to help you get to the next level.