Top 3 Things You Should Be Tweeting About As A Coach

twitter-566341_1280Have you ever found yourself sitting in front of your computer, staring at your Twitter account, computer screen or maybe a sheet of paper, wondering, “what in the world am I going to write about”? I’ve totally been there and it’s so frustrating! Trying to create appealing, attractive and informative content give you a headache and leave you discouraged. And if you’re like me, 140 characters is nowhere near enough for to express your thoughts or ideas. Lol!

With all of that being said, no need to fear, Jay is here!

If you’re looking for things to tweet about in relation to your business, consider some of these ideas. Here is my list of the top 3 things you can start tweeting about today to encourage interest in your coaching business and increase traffic to your website.


Have you reached a new milestone, launched a new blog, website or – the anniversary of your company, website or blog? Why are you keeping it to yourself? Share it with the world. Let others know about your success. You’ve worked hard to reach those goals. You deserve to be congratulated and celebrated. In the meantime, you can have special offers, a special post, produce a free give-away on your site that compliments your tweets.


Are you publishing a new book/ebook, starting a new partnership or alliance or speaking at an event? Let others know about it. Twitter is the perfect platform to send short and sweet messages to your audience informing them about what you’re doing and where you are.


We all know that you can share various tips. But did you know that you can create a mini-series of updates? Tweet your tips one by one, over the course of the day or several days, and link it back to a post or update on your site. Or you can use Twitter’s platform to whet your audience’s appetite with some of the content that you will be sharing in an upcoming webinar, retreat or event.

There are several things that you can share with Twitter audience. These are just a few ideas to help get your creative juices flowing.

What will you share next?

So, what did you think?