Online Dating Magazine Tops 6,000 Twitter Followers

Online Dating Twitter

Online Dating Magazine now has more than 6,000 Twitter followers.

This month, Online Dating Magazine surpassed 6,000 Twitter followers. The publication plans on engaging Twitter followers even more as it works towards the next goal of 7,000 followers.

As of April 26, 2015, Online Dating Magazine had 6,018 followers.

The Online Dating Magazine Twitter account is used to promote stories about online dating while also sharing dating words of wisdom.

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“We have a great group of Twitter followers,” says Joe Tracy, publisher of Online Dating Magazine. “Twitter has always been our preferred social media outlet and we’re very happy with the great group of people we have the honor of interacting with.”

Online Dating Magazine has been averaging 1,000 new Twitter followers a year for the past several years. Reflecting its focus on Twitter, the publication now highlights a tweetable phrase from every article with an option for people to “Click to Tweet” the phrase directly from the article.

We have a GREAT group of Twitter followers. Click To Tweet

A new campaign of publishing daily online dating tips and online dating statistics will begin within the next few weeks.

> Follow Online Dating Magazine on Twitter
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> Follow Online Dating Magazine on Google +
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Joe Tracy

Joe Tracy is the publisher and founder of Online Dating Magazine, which launched in July 2003 and has been providing original dating advice, tips, articles, reviews, and videos to readers ever since.

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  • Online Dating Twitter

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    Online Dating Magazine has announced that it now has more than 6,000 Twitter followers. The publication had been averaging 1,000 new Twitter followers a year. However, it took only 10 months to go from 5,000 to 6,000.

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