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Twitter Auto Follow Tips: How To Automatically Follow and Follow back

Updated on October 21, 2011

Automatically Following People On Twitter

At this point in time twitter does not offer a way to automatically follow people on twitter, nor do they offer a way to automatically follow back people on twitter. But that doesn't mean that there aren't other ways to do it. We all know twitter can be quite time consuming when it comes to tweeting and following people back, furthermore it can take a lot of time just to get over 1000 followers on twitter.

Luckily, there are powerful ways that can help you get hundreds of followers per day and help you save time on twitter by using auto follow and auto unfollow tools to help manage your twitter account. But before I start telling you about professional twitter tools that save you time, I wanted to quickly mention that one of the easiest ways to get a small boost in twitter followers is to follow back people that promise to follow back. This will almost guarantee you a new follower for every follow that you send out. You can find people that follow back or auto follow back by looking for the hashtag #teamfollowback or the hashtag #autofollow on twitter. This is not the most powerful way to get more followers, but it will help you steadily increase followers on twitter.

If your looking for really powerful professional grade methods for getting hundreds of followers per day. You may want to consider using Tweet Adder, twitter software that helps you automate virtually every twitter task that exists. Not only can you auto follow, auto unfollow, and auto follow back people on twitter - but you can also find targeted twitter followers that are interested in similar topics. You can also automate direct messages and replies, which makes Tweet Adder a huge time saver when it comes to keeping in touch with people and managing your twitter account. In fact, I have over 6,000 new followers on twitter since I started using it, you can see proof in this link and feel free to follow me too.

Last but not least, Tweet Adder can help you by automating an unlimited amount of twitter accounts. I personally have 5 twitter accounts and all of them are automated. By automating multiple twitter accounts I am able to gain at least 100 followers per day, per account. That's over 500 new followers per day on twitter, with little to no effort at all. So if your looking for more efficient ways to manage your twitter account, feel free to learn more on their website, the link to their website is posted in the paragraph above. 

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      Samet 

      3 years ago

      It's really up to you to dedice how many articles you want to write in a day. I have a hard time writing more than 3 or so but that is because I have a short attention span and I get bored with writing after awhile lol. But I know people who consistently churn out 50+ articles a day. They are like machines! And yes, the more articles you write, the greater your chances of making money. Each article is a new money maker.

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      Stuart 

      7 years ago from Santa Barbara, CA

      Yes you can make multiple twitter accounts but you would need different email addresses to register them. Its definitely recommended that you have a somewhat different twitter profile picture on each account. It keeps things interesting and unique.

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      truthfornow 

      7 years ago from New Orleans, LA

      When I am on Twitter, I often see accounts with the same picture and different names who sign up to follow me around the same time. I was wondering how they did this. Thanks for the information.

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