When I first started 4hbtalk.com I was tweeting and responding to tweets related to The 4-Hour Body several times throughout the day.
This went on for a couple of weeks. I noticed that after I would tweet something for the next few minutes I would see a rise in traffic, usually around 15-20 visitors.
I was thrilled after 3 weeks of tweeting to reach 100 members registered on the site, it was really becoming a great place for people to help each other out.
Then something happened that I was hoping for but figured wouldn't happen. Tim tweeted about the forum and also linked to it in a blog post.
The most people that had ever been on the forum simultaneously up until this point was 28. I went to the site on the afternoon of Friday January 21st and it said there were 116 users online. Holy Crap! what had happened? So I looked on twitter and saw this.http://twitter.com/#!/tferriss/status/28551630353862656
Later that day I found the link in his blog.http://www.fourhourworkweek.com/blog/20 ... -and-more/
Up until this time the site was receiving around 75-125 visits per day. The day of tweet there were 1567 visitors with a total of 12,422 pageviews.
Since then there has been a steady stream of new users to the forums and it has turned into a great resource for people working on their 4-Hour Body.
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