Nick Stewart

Nick is a Website Traffic Expert and runs a blog: Nick's Traffic Tricks

How I Will Add 1,000 Twitter Followers This Year

Most people on twitter want to increase the number of people that follow them.

I currently only have about 170 followers and so gaining 1,000 new followers may seem a little ambitious.

But I am up to the challenge!

Here’s my 10 point plan to get 1,000 new followers this year. (This works out to about 85 new followers per month.)

1. Tweet about new blog posts

Whenever I post something new on my blog I will also tweet about it. This may sound obvious but it’s worth mentioning. If you have great content you need to make sure that it gets tweeted.

2. Tweet More Often
In 2009 I didn’t tweet every day. There were some weeks where I didn’t tweet at all.

I need to change this and make 3 tweets every day.

If every tweet garners me 1 new follower then tweeting 3 times a day should give me 3 new followers each day or over 1,000 followers by the end of the year.

I could tweet more often than 3 times a day but I fear that it will irritate some of my followers.

Since I seldom add new stuff to my blog more than once a day I have made a list of old but valuable blog posts. It is from this list I will pull from to tweet about.

3. Develop a schedule and Tweet at the best times
I have found that some times of the day are far better for tweeting than others. It seems that 9 AM to 5 PM Pacific Time are the best times to tweet.

I don’t really have any strong empirical evidence and I haven’t run numerous controlled experiments. It’s just what I have observed with my own tweets.

So I have developed a schedule to ensure that I tweet about a couple things around 9 AM and again at noon.

Hopefully tweeting at the right times will result in more retweets and more followers for me.

4. Make it easy for visitors to tweet about my site
If you use WordPress there is a simple plug-in that puts a “ReTweet This” button on every blog post. It allows visitors to retweet your post with a click of button. It also displays how many people have tweeted about it.

It’s called Tweetcount and is a free download.

5. Invite people to follow me at the end of each post
When people finish reading a post on my blog they ask themselves, “What should I do now?”

It’s at this point that you should have a link inviting them to follow you on twitter and get more fabulous updates about the topic at hand.

6. Put a link to my twitter account in my e-mail signature
I receive e-mails every day from different people asking me how to get traffic to their website. And I respond to everyone of them

By putting a link to my twitter profile at the bottom of these e-mail responses I can get more followers. I have no idea why I didn’t do this before.

7. Have a contest with the winners being picked for my twitter followers
I’m not sure exactly how I plan to do this but I hope to have it figured out in a few weeks.

The first thing is to find a prize that people actually care about. It has to be something that they would be willing to follow me for the chance to win.

I run a blog about how to get traffic to your website (My blog is called Nick’s Traffic Tricks) and I tweet about things related to traffic generation. So I want to gain followers that are interested in this topic. As a result I want to select a prize that will attract these kind of people.

If I simply give away an iPod I will probably get lots of followers and most will not be interested in what I tweet about. The results will be that I will gain lots of followers in the short run but most of them will eventually drop off.

So the prize I select has to be something that entices the type of followers that I want.

(If you have any suggestions on how to successfully run a contest on twitter please leave a comment below!)

8. Write for TwiTip
I wrote a guest post for TwiTip a month or so ago. That was probably the single best thing I ever did to get more followers on twitter. Within a few days I had 40 new followers.

I’m going to try to write for TwiTip twice a month. This should result in 80 new followers each month.

9. Leverage my email list
I have an e-mail list of over 1,000 people that receive my traffic tips on regular basis. And I plan to leverage this list to get more followers on twitter.

I will add link to my twitter account at the bottom of each e-mail that I send to my list. I just need to think of a way to really entice them to click the link and follow me.

I will also e-mail my list every time I post something new on my blog. At the bottom of each blog post is an invitation to follow me on twitter and that will result in a few more followers.

10. Submit each new blog post to StumbleUpon and OnlyWire
Submitting your website to StumbleUpon and OnlyWire will result in more traffic to your website.

And more traffic means more people are reading your blog posts and seeing your invitation to follow you on twitter.

I’ve personally seen a viral effect with StumbleUpon that increased my twitter following. A couple months ago I posted a fantastic way to get backlinks to your website quickly with little effort. (This was something that my readers loved!)

Without my knowing, many of my readers stumbled the post sending a ton of traffic to my blog. A side effect of this was that there was a jump in the number of people following me on twitter.

If you do nothing else make sure you stumble your content. I believe this is so important that I will actually stumble your content as well. Just go to: http://nickstraffictricks.com/can-i-stumble-your-site/

Comments

  • January 7, 2010

    These are pretty much all the steps you need to get a steady increase in your Twitter following. I have been doing this for about 2 months and I’m at 400 and going up. My only advice is, just provide quality tweets and people will follow eventually. Thanks for the post!

  • January 7, 2010

    Hi Nick – As one of your followers I look forward to receiving your tweets. Can’t wait to see how quickly you get past 1000 followers using this strategy.

  • January 7, 2010

    Another way to grow your following to 1,000 followers is to use our mass follow tool & automated RSS tweet feature. :)

  • January 7, 2010

    or you could get a tweetspinner account, and increase to about 4000 or more.

  • January 7, 2010

    submitting all of your own posts to stumbleupon is a bad idea, you’ll experience diminishing returns quite quickly. you should submit only your best posts to stumbleupon and make sure that you stumble other people’s work more than your own.

  • January 7, 2010

    I’ve heard both sides on StumbleUpon: you should submit everything, you should submit nothing.

    But I can’t find any very good information about striking a decent balance.

  • January 7, 2010

    Great tips. I would also add that using a software like TweetAdder or Hummingbird is really helpful.

  • January 7, 2010

    Hi Nick,

    I’m sure these tactics will garner you more followers, assuming your tweets and blog posts are aligned with your audience. But what’s missing here is something more fundamental: why do you want 1,000 new followers? Is there a strategy with this, or is it just about seeing who shows up?

  • January 7, 2010

    @websiteweekend – I try to make all my blog posts good and stumble all of them.

    This is part of Traffic Checklist I go through when make a new post on my blog:
    http://nickstraffictricks.com/1698_my-traffic-generation-checklist/

    @dariasteigman – Good question. I make money off my blog by selling a series of 84 videos that I made. More twitter followers means more traffic and more sales.

  • January 7, 2010

    If you do all that, you’re going to get so much more than just 1,000 this year. I’ve gotten over 2,000 in 2009 and I didn’t do half as much as suggested in your post!

  • January 8, 2010

    Both this post and the comments make me sad.

    You say you wont tweet more than three times a day, talk about tweeting your own blog posts and maybe some others you like, but not one mention of replies to others. So then others read this thinking this is a great way to do Twitter.

    Then there are the comments about using automated programs to find thousands. Makes me throw-up in my mouth a little bit.

    I don’t have an issue with you “aiming” at 1,000 new followers, it’s the method. If people see a tweet from you, go check out your profile and all they see is dictation of tweets, versus interaction, more often than not, they won’t follow. People like to see good info and tweets about useful blog posts, but it’s the interaction that builds relationships and it’s those relationships that create trust, which then makes your blog tweets retweeted more, and read more because you’ve built a following of people you’ve engaged with.

  • January 8, 2010

    I agree totally with Scott! I’m happy to grow organically through conversations.

    I do have one question for you, Nick: why do you want to grow your Twitter followers to 1,000? Why not more or fewer? What’s teh magic about 1,000?

    Keep well

    Nic

  • January 8, 2010

    Are you looking for quality or quantity? Just because there are a lot of followers, it doesn’t automatically mean you’ll get more traffic.

  • January 8, 2010

    I’d love to second Scott’s thoughts: the best way to increase your Twitter following is to care about other people. Read their tweets, read their blog posts, comment on them, reply to them, and create meaningful relationships with the people you respect and admire. Those relationships are what make Twitter valuable, and in the end, what will increase your follower count as well.

    After all, 1000 might be a nice number, but a smaller group of engaged followers might produce more value than a large group of disinterested ones.

  • January 8, 2010

    Thanks to @unmarketing for his comments…spot-on as usual.

    @nickstraffic I just checked out your profile and let me tell you what I see:

    First of all, if you were to have just one “@bob that’s a great point” tweet, it would show me that you’re responding to people. Then, if you had a “RT @irv here are my thoughts on a great post from @steve” then it would make me think “nick is actually engaging.”

    Personally, I’m spending 2010 unfollowing a whole bunch of people who have 20,000+ followers and ZERO interaction. You, however, still have the potential to start talking with, and learning from, and interacting with, and actually CONVERSING on Twitter.

    Good luck…I hope to check back in a month and see a bunch of “@ replies” and RTs and people checking in with ya.

  • January 8, 2010

    I would rather have 300 followers and know every one of them by name and have a real relationship with them than 30,000 followers who I got from some ridiculous tweetspinner or “mass follow” tool.

    Anytime someone starts who following who is some 50-year old “twitter marketing professional” who is following 100,000 people and has 40,000 followers, I block them. Immediately.

    They’ve missed the point and it looks like you have too.

    Followers != Influence

  • January 8, 2010

    I agree with Scott (@unmarketing). What makes him so successful (and followed by thousands [~45k]) is his honesty and integrity. He uses twitter for its original purpose: social media. Yes, that involves responding with, sharing of, and commenting with relevant tweets. If you lose your voice or simply show no effort by getting an automated tweetsource, you have lost the trust of your followers.

    I see this post problematic in that Twitter IS NOT A GAME. Those with the most followers don’t “win.” What is the point of hitting 1000 followers if you don’t engage with them or serve up interesting tweets (as opposed to automated repeats and contests). This is just something to think about, seeing as Twitter is not a numbers game- unless you happen to be Ashton Kutcher.

  • January 8, 2010

    I agree with Scott. My goal is to attain a lot of followers too, for both business and personal purposes.

    I currently tweet upwards of 30 times a day because I want to, not because I think it’ll get me more followers. My follower list is growing slowly (110+ followers after about 3 weeks), but almost all of them interact with me at least on a weekly basis. They all share interests with me, and very little of it is fat. If I do get followed by a scam marketer, a quote parrot, or a self-promoting machine, I block them.

    You can reach your goal relatively quickly if you avoid the quantity over quality strategy and have fun doing it. Followers will come if you provide interaction, posts of interest, and a personality.

  • January 8, 2010

    I agree with Scott.
    If you treat Twitter just as a glorifed RSS feed then you have missed the point. Yes you may get followers, but do they really ‘value’ your tweets? Will they stay with you for the long-term?
    Yes promote your blog, but use twitter for ‘engaging’ and building relationships with your community – not just reverting to push marketing of old.

  • January 8, 2010

    Anyone can add 1,000 twitter followers a year, a month, a week, or maybe even a day.

    Question is HOW ARE YOU ADDING VALUE TO YOUR FOLLOWERS?
    If you want people to follow you gotta have a reason for them to follow you.

    3 tweets a day? Are you replying to people who are trying to engage with you on twitter?

  • January 8, 2010

    Completely agree with Scott on this one.

    It’s good to have a target but just getting numbers for the sake of it is pointless.

    I’ve always said that Twitter is a facilitator, a means to building relationships (as above) and to encourage conversation. One way posts is pointless – where is the “social” in THAT usage of social media.

    If your followers would be upset at receiving more than 3 tweets a day then, I argue, they (and you for that matter) really do not understand what Twitter is all about.

  • January 8, 2010
    Diana Adams
    @adamsconsulting

    Think how many followers you could add if you actually engage people? I would recommend adding that to your strategy. Really. C’mon, you know that.

  • January 8, 2010

    You are assuming that everybody has got a blog, good in writing or has a big email list. Most people has none of these.
    So unfortunately, these tips won’t work for most of the ‘mere mortal’.

  • January 8, 2010

    There is a reason it is called ’social networking’…it is about being ’social’ that is talking to people. Be a person not a robot.

  • January 8, 2010

    This is a piss-take right?
    Who approaches a site like twitter from an angle like this? Where’s the value/point in just getting followers at any cost?
    This is probably my problem, I just don’t ‘get’ the social web. Or something.
    I can’t believe I even bothered to write this comment let alone read the post all the way through!

  • January 8, 2010

    It’s important to always think of your followers as your audience. They want to know “What’s in it for me?” It’s not about you and your products. It’s about your audience and what they need. Regardless of how many followers you have, how can you provide value to them, meet their needs?

    With functionality like Twitter lists, many people create smaller groups of people who they follow AND listen to–to help manage their activity on Twitter and to get the most out if it.

    If you don’t interact and have conversation, then you’ll just be part of the extra “noise” on Twitter.

  • January 8, 2010

    @UnMarketing – I understand your concerns. I didn’t address the replies aspect of things because I am not sure the best way to handle replying and not replying.

    Often I see many tweets from 1 person that are personal replies to random twitterers that I know nothing about. I feel these are private discussions that belong in a DM or email or something. When I see too many of these from 1 person I want to unfollow them.

    As to the automated programs I don’t believe they are the right way to go. They may give you quantity but the quality sucks.

    @askaaronlee – my blog is about how to get traffic to websites. Every week I publish new posts & videos showing people how to get traffic. Every time I publish something I tweet about it. I have several hundred old posts that are valuable that I tweet about too. This is how I add value.

    I don’t currently reply to everyone but perhaps I should.

  • January 8, 2010
    Nick Barnes
    @N_A_B

    Personally, I’m in business, but only use Twitter for personal enjoyment. I follow a few VoIP and Formula 1 pundits, but apart from that the few people I follow are interesting people who do respond and don’t mind a bit of chat. I hope that the reason they’re following me is pretty much the same.

    What I will say is that whenever I’m followed by somebody with 1000+ followers or is following 1000+ people, I block them immediately – there’s no way that somebody can interact usefully or interestingly with that many followers.

    Of course, if the person following me has the word ‘marketing’ or ’search engine’ in their bio, that’s another automatic block.

    Am I missing out on something? No, probably not – if I’m interested in SEO or web marketing, there’s plenty of free information out there and I don’t have to follow somebody who’s ultimately going to try to sell me something.

    However, to be fair, I try and aviod all advertising wherever possible.

  • January 8, 2010

    I agree with a number of comments above regarding the focus on numbers. I believe it is much more important to focus on the quality of those followers then the actual number. What good is 1000 followers if nobody is listening.

    I think it is important to Tweet with a plan but this plan seems more focused on growing followers then the content you will provide.

    Think about why you want 1000 followers. How will gaining 1000 followers benefit both you and your followers?

    If all you want to do is gain followers, that’s easy. Set your objectives based on the service you want to provide for your followers.

  • January 8, 2010

    @NicksTraffic – There is no such thing as interrupting someone on Twitter. Jump in! You won’t see replies between people if you don’t follow both of them (unless you go directly to someone’s page).

    You don’t need to reply to everyone, but not replying at all and just tweeting your own blog posts says one thing “I’m here for me. Look at me. I’m not listening to you” It’s then an RSS feed, and you’re missing 99% the point of Twitter

  • January 8, 2010
    DonnaMariePatterson
    @DonnaPatterson

    When someone doesn’t answer a twitter that I send to them, it’s makes me feel STUPID sometimes! I get the feeling that they are egotisical. I am aware that all people can’t answer all of their tweets, but NO replies to ANYONE – in my mind – just says ‘me, me, me, me’.

    Ofcourse, I don’t use twitter for any kind of commercial gain which is a whole different ballgame.

  • January 8, 2010

    @UnMarketing – Good thought. I think I’ll give it a try.

  • January 8, 2010

    I agree with Scott. Why the rush for numbers? Numbers mean nothing if the connections you have built behind those numbers are not authentic. People do business with and listen to people they like and trust. Be that person that they like and trust. Have conversations, build relationships, that will build a much better (and larger) following much quicker.

  • January 8, 2010

    I got more and more disheartened as I read your 10 ways…. I’m getting here a little late and I think Scott already summed it up… Twitter is about building relationships and the back and forth of it all. If you keep making it all about you, you MAY build your followers, but the number will likely be a false number… Just because someone’s following you doesn’t mean they’re reading your tweets. Engagement is the key.

  • January 8, 2010

    “Most people on twitter want to increase the number of people that follow them.”

    What’s your source on this? Last I checked, people want to feel connected, not necessarily stalked.

  • January 8, 2010

    There are tweeps who will follow you back, I followed them, and they follow back, so that I got 500 followers at one day.

  • January 9, 2010

    While I don’t agree with gaining 1000 followers as a goal in and of itself, I do think that setting goals is a good idea as is a list of activities per day in order to push yourself. I wouldn’t count on each Tweet garnering you a follower and I encourage you to add to your 3 tweets a day 3 replies and retweets to be a part of the conversation, not just broadcasting. Aside from the contest, your post is a good set of best practices for encouraging engagement.

  • January 9, 2010

    It seems great… and a lot of useful information to grab from when it gets to find new followers.

    I find myself constantly, though, wondering why exactly do we want to get more followers. I mean, not every follower is going to get something from our site, even not a small percent of them. The thing, I think, is to get targeted followers, those that we know are going to use the full list of our site’s pages.

    That will be a great topic for a hopefuly next tutorial, ah?

    Thanks for the great data!

  • January 9, 2010

    This was a really interesting read as I have often wonderd if tweeting at different times of the day makes a difference and since being given my own pink lap top for Xmas I have been tweeting later at night UK time and have had a flood of new followers from around different parts of the world. So I think having a small strategy to tweet 3 X a day at different times is a great idea. Also popping on “Follow Me” on Twitter at the end of my daily blog is a simple idea I will try next !

    Simple, straightforward but great ideas – I have a strategy !
    Thanks

    Sue Atkins
    Author of “Raising Happy Children for Dummies”

    Follow me on Twitter at @positiveparents for ideas about raising happy, confident kids !

  • January 11, 2010

    Hi Nick, Great post!

    I totally agree with you on #2. Get really fed up with people sending out worthless quote tweets and the like every minute. Really muddies my stream!! I am now following you and look forward to reading your twitter tips. All the best.

  • January 11, 2010

    Having read through the other posts and pondered I agree with Gloria and Scott. It’s not a numbers game – it’s about real relationships- collaborating, connecting and sharing. It’s also about if at all poss meeting in person. I have found that to be really exciting and meaningful. I also “cull” people every week who don’t engage or contribute helpful ideas or articles.
    And personally I like to read my followers tweets and that becomes impossible when people follow 1,000 s.
    And just a personal take – I HATE automatic responders and people who protect their tweets – what is the point in THAT ??

  • January 11, 2010

    good post man…..will follow the same thanks….:)

  • January 12, 2010

    Excellent goal (and excellent suggestions). I especially like the fact that you’re planning to grow your Twitter numbers the “old fashioned” way–that is, without the use of automated mass following tools.

  • January 13, 2010
    Nicolas
    @Leophir

    What about only tweeting about interesting stuff ? Your content (blog and Tweets) should attract followers by itself if you do it well. Unless you have some kind of financial/result pressure it is not the kind of goals that i would set if i was in your situation.

  • January 13, 2010

    I agree with a lot of the comments here – the best way to get followers is through interaction and participation. I’d rather have 50-100 people following me because they want to follow me. Having 1000 and knowing that more than half of them could care less about my existence doesn’t seem very cool to me.

  • January 16, 2010

    Some useful comments on here, I set up our Twitter page this week and we only have 25 followers so far, so I have some work to do!! Ah well, keeps me out of trouble

  • January 22, 2010

    Some handy tips – another tip that’ll get you followers is to mix in media like podcasts, music and video links (along with your normal good content)

  • January 22, 2010

    yep. nice tips. but gettin 1000 followers is not aim. prefer to have real followers instead of a long list ;)

  • January 26, 2010

    I wud like to increase my following as without followers every thing i tweet will go unread…………then theres no point lol

  • January 26, 2010

    Great tips! I have been experimenting with different re-tweet plugins. So far tweetcount seems to be working!

  • January 27, 2010
    Jackson Riddle
    @Jackson_Riddle

    I too am looking to boost my followers and funnely enough was not surprised that you have mentioned a few that I was thinking, namely the contest one. I’ve got a good one in mind but implementing it will be the hardest. I was thinking of doing it myself but if you would like to join me feel free to ask for more details.

    Thanks.

  • February 2, 2010
    Amr Abdelbadee
    @moro89

    I think that these tips are great…. All what’s left is to put ‘em into practice! :)

  • February 3, 2010
    Tequila 29
    @tequila29

    Thanks for all the useful tips ! Hope to see you all soon in my followers list. Thanks.

    Viva Tequila.

  • February 3, 2010

    I mostly agree with your tips, but the major problem is you don’t have to look at the number of followers you have. You can have 100.000 followers but only some of them will actually read your tweets.

    The major concern is the have followers that are interested in what you have to say!

  • February 9, 2010

    I’m having a Twitter account on which I tweet daily in Dutch and in English. It’s hard to find a balance between those two. But in the end I did manage to get 400+ visitors in less then three weeks. So ones I start my new website in English, I’ll probably be guaranteed with some visitors throughout my posts on Twitter. It’s amazing how Twitter can inspire, motivate and even stimulate me to keep on posting those Tweets!

  • February 11, 2010

    “The major concern is the have followers that are interested in what you have to say!”

    Exactly why you should avoid automated programs and randomly following everyone and everyone — those tactics will lead in followers that follow you because you follow them, not because they’re genuinely interested in what you have to tweet.

    Keep it real.

  • February 19, 2010

    point #6 ? OK, I never thought of that LOL. Remix, I mean retweet…

  • March 23, 2010

    Gosh, people can be viscous when hiding behind a computer screen can’t they! Remember… being honest is always good, but you can take it too far and your responses do go to real people who have feelings! Being nasty just isn’t nice IMHO!

    As for staying in touch with large numbers of followers, I organise mine into lists. One is for inspiration, one is for business contacts, one is for family and one is for reading when I have spare time. I find this to be the most effective way of keeping in touch with everyone as it allows me to use my time more wisely.

  • April 3, 2010

    Your 10pts are really Good… Its also a good Idea to be regular post in twitter.This will really will increase more followers…

    i am promoting my Site http://www.EarnDollarsFromHome.co.cc more in twitter only… Ok…

    Bye Friends…

  • April 6, 2010

    solid ideas, i am helping my wife increase her followers and i will probably ask her to do 3 decent tweet everyday

  • April 17, 2010

    this tips are interesting especially tip no.8 thats why i’m writing here, but is there anymore way to get more followers? *follow me*

  • April 22, 2010

    You got +1 follower. Thanks for the great article and tips, especially about OneWire.com.

  • May 11, 2010

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    I think Twitter is one of those unusual places where talking to random strangers really is the norm!!

    It is mad how it is so accepted world wide but that’s the beauty. Ofcourse the real joy is being followed by lots of people and being able to send a Tweet knowing full well that it will be recieved by thousands and thousands of people! That is what I feel is the amazing beauty of Twitter!

    Although having tons of followers is fab, don’t get carried away with it. If you tweet normally and follow people who share your interests I feel you’ll get far further in whatever mission you have that hoping that you’ll get lots of random followings.
    Don’t get me wrong, having lots of people follow you is awesome! But you should try to make sure the majority of these are valuable followers who really will be interested in what you’ve got to say!

    If you would like to Follow Me, I’ll follow you back very fast!

    I’m raising awareness for Madeleine McCann and have over 28,360 followers currently!

    My Twitter is:
    http://twitter.com/PrayMaddyMcCann

    Hope to see you there! x

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  • May 27, 2010

    What I like most about this thread is that on a Twitter Tips blog, a seemingly narrow view on Twitter growth, if you’re to take a balanced view of the entire thread, (nothing personal @NicksTraffic) has generated a massive response and provided useful insights, tips and generated a well-rounded discussion.

    The replies to the post have not only helped cement my view on what lies at the core of Social Media Culture but encouragingly so, the mostly constructive input has driven home the true beauty of what Social Engagement can achieve. What I mean by this is that @NicksTraffic’s post comes across as somewhat naive & a vehicle to pursue his goal – a number. However, this forum enables people to have a voice, engage, give & receive feedback in the community and like myself, learn. Thank you for giving Nick, myself and I’m sure numerous others the ‘full picture’- bloody awesome!

    Also, Nick a few questions for you:

    1. Any updates on progress? It’d be great if you did some follow up on your goal, I notice just now you are some 444 followers strong (as of this reply) and it is ~ 4.5months on – do you have any monthly/weekly stats, are you graphing growth/shrinkage? It would be awesome to see, especially if there is an inflection point after which critical mass sends you exponential for example. This I’m sure would generate ongoing interest.. perhaps a follow up thread? What I learnt/mistakes I made etc?

    2. [Now I'm going to sound like I'm really slating you, which I really am not, but given my motivation to write this & what I have taken away from the entire thread, I am disappointed – having only checked your Twitter account when I was thinking of the suggestion in (1) above] – I notice you are still not too engaging on Twitter & seem to be broadcasting a tad (certainly way more than 3 tweets per day over the last 30-odd days). Here was me thinking we’d both learnt something here…

  • June 18, 2010

    Have you thought of using Tweet Adder, Its really effective for automating tweets at a certain time, and it saves lots of time when it comes to following people, or unfollowing people.

    Just recently I found an article that shows you how to get a discount on Tweet Adder…. I saved $37

    http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-get-a-discount-on-TweetAdder-Twitter-Software

  • July 13, 2010

    Hey, great 10 points. I have only recently joined twitter hoping to share my passion for media and film with other users, at the moment havnt got a lot of followers but its all good and just the beggining for a beginner. interesting 10 points like i said. good post.

  • November 16, 2010

    I have 147 twitter followers as of now. I have tweeted just 3 times since June 2009. Yet, my followers have increased gradually without me following them. I am thinking to tweet regularly to witness the actual twitter response.

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