Long overdue, mainly because the birth of my daughter Anahi a month ago and a very busy birdtour season here in Peru. Someone said on my facebook that I should enjoy and not feel bad about this since I have my priorities straight.
- RT @SoaringFalcon1 Great photos of fledglings and juveniles, but no baby Quail. https://bit.ly/2Dr2W
- RT @DawnFine I am not a bird! https://bit.ly/M4C0K
- RT @journowl Uncommon foe keeps albatross from skies https://bit.ly/9ryLS (had122 clikcs prior to tweetclub launch)
- RT @birdfreak – Bird Cliches – What the Heck is the Catbird Seat – https://bit.ly/FGKrE (had 85 hits prior to tweetclub launch)
- RT @gwendolen Write a vulture blog NOW. https://bit.ly/34XjO (had195 clicks prior to tweetclub launch)
- RT @kolibrix 10 best ways to avoid chiggers when birding in South America. https://bit.ly/25Qeo
That is it. Let’s tweet.
Results of last tweetclub #003.
Here are the proofs that this really works to drive traffic to your blog. During a week the participants of the tweetclub retweets the articles posted here minimum 3 times. It is important to use the bit.ly link provided, so that I can measure the click success.
- @birdingdude https://bit.ly/ZZBQk 110 clicks
- @kolibrix https://bit.ly/YMCUY112 clicks
- @soaringfalcon1 https://bit.ly/vbih7 118 clicks
- @jeffgyr https://bit.ly/siD2 127 clicks
- @journowl https://bit.ly/6Jni 152 clicks
- @DawnFine https://bit.ly/I2owT173 clicks
The winner is Dawn Fine with her post on “How to make a digiscope adaptor”. Noticable that all participants got more than 100 clicks. What if we would have been 15 or 20 particpants?
Leave a link below to the next tweetclub. Hopefully presented by Thursday next week – if my priorities don’t get in the way :-).
Check these to understand what the birdblogger’s tweet club is all about and how it works.
- Bird bloggers tweet club. Promoting the blog on Twitter
- Birdbloggers Tweet-club #001
- Birdbloggers Tweetclub #001-results and now announcing #002
- Birdbloggers Tweet Club #002
- Birdbloggers Tweet Club #003