I want 2000 plus fans. All these twitter addicts with 10,000 plus fans that they tweet a sentence to ever 15 minutes! Who would have time to look?
They use automated software to tweet regularly...
ah ok, I couldnt understand how people who were apparently so busy and so famous could actually spare the time.. - but then ellen has her own tweeter!!
pure sodium directly in hot drinking water and boom
is that salheens face that is caused by the sodium or my diet?
The salt I refer to is related to water.. I love the beach and salt water!
You should have thought of this last week, and then asked Santa
But seriously, good luck with it.
I have set up twitter marketing campaigns for businesses in the past, I can generally get a twitter account to have around 5000 targeted followers in 6 months.
Sorry to be so uninformed but how do you run a twitter marketing campaign? Could a hubber do such a thing to promote their writing or is this something only of benefit to a more traditional business? Sorry to ask a questions that may be laughable to some but I am new to all of this and I certainly understand how the social wesites can be of benefit but I really do not know how people go about harnessing them.
You could, then you could also employ a twitterer to make the posts for you ....lol
Twitter marketing campaign...hiring twitterers....the layers of complexity!! Anyway best of luck with getting the followers. One tip is to keep answering peoples questions here in the "Answers" section, I noticed my hubs got more views after that. Happy 2011
I use a piece of software which allows me to target realted twitter accounts, follow all their fans, and then unfollow the twitter accounts that don't follow me back within a week. by targetting twitter accounts with specific interests you can then market products to them which they may be interested in.
It's not an extremely productive marketing technique but it does work and can result in a few sales. It's pretty much a limited text email marketing campaign which bypasses email spam filters. Ch-ching.
With sites like fiverr.com (people willing to do things for $5) you start to realise that a lot of the youtube views, tweets and thumbs up votes are all false.
I'm curious as to the conversion of all the twitter marketing. How many tweets to how many fans and how often before you get a click?
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