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Twitter Marketing

by Bud Fredrick CBD Marketer
Twitter marketing can be tricky for most people. If not done correctly, you can be flagged as a spammer and lose your Twitter account.

You need to interact with others on Twitter. Start a conversation. It's a great way to discover others with interests similar to yours. Do a search for something that interests you and join the conversation. If you try to promote an opportunity on Twitter, you'll just be ignored and nobody will follow you. When someone clicks on your picture, they will see your recent tweets. They should show that you are communicating with other tweeps and not a bunch of tweets promoting your products or affiliate links. Think about it, why would anybody follow a person that only tweets about their promotions? I know I wouldn't. There is only one exception to this and explain that next.

Reciprocal following is a simple way to build up your list of followers. If you're following a large number of people, you can't possibly read everyone's tweets. Skim down through the tweets and if you see something interesting, respond to it. Now, when you refresh the page, you will have a new list of tweets.

Some poeple will automaticaly follow people that follow them.

Would you like to kick this up a notch? There is a service that provides all the reciprocal followers you could ever want. Everyone that joins follows all the other members and they all follow you. It's an easy way to get a tom of followers. The great thing about this service is that you build up your following slow enough that it doesn't set off any flags on Twitter. If you follow too many people in too short of a time, you will lose your Twitter account.

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About Bud Fredrick Advanced     CBD Marketer

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