Is Twitter an effective channel for building your following or is it just a waste of time?
One thing we are certain of is that it is great for building relationships when used effectively. These social connections will change your business.
The trouble is finding a way to use Twitter that is efficient (takes little time), effective (gets results) and authentic (is true to you).
In this episode we reveal the tools and methods we use to build impactful relationships with only 10-15 minutes a day on Twitter.
This strategy is ideal for launching a new brand and validating new business ideas.
In This Episode
- The most effective times to post to Twitter for maximum attention
- A simple strategy for getting new habits to stick
- The Twitter strategy that works with only 10-15 minutes a day
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Items of Interest
- ManageFlitter - makes it easier to find and follow targeted people
- Klout - search for keywords to find top influencers in a niche
- Topsy - search for keywords to find top influencers in a niche
- WeFollow - search for keywords to find top influencers in a niche
- Buffer - this fantastic tool automates your Twitter posts, sending them out at the ideal times
- Feedly - subscribe to feeds with Feedly to find quality content to share on Twitter
- Goodreads - a great source for quotes to share on Twitter
Adam Charles - GeniusCreatives.com
I now have 150 members and counting.
Some time ago, I listened to a podcast interview with the CEO of Ning. She said that on average you need 100-150 people in a community for it to start taking off on its own. That seems about right.
We're now at the point where certain members are taking the initiative to create on the site - and to use it in ways I hadn't quite anticipated. This is the beauty of the "lean startup" model. I watch how they're using the thing, and make adjustments to enhance the user experience.
Want to stick to a new habit? Then track it daily and get accountability. Lift gives you both. Not only can you connect with others working with similar goals, you can create groups to organize challenges.
What do you think?
What strategies do you use to get attention and attract followers on Twitter?