How Can You Organically Attract Followers On Twitter?

by Gary Loper on February 16, 2017

How Can You Organically Attract Followers on Twitter

  1. Establish your expert status. You will become the ‘Go To’ person
    for your community.
  2. Use link shorteners, great headlines that grab attention
    and foremost high quality information.
  3. Stay within your area of knowledge and purpose.
  4. Introduce yourself to influencers.
  5. Engage in conversations, use #hashtags, searches and chats.
  6. Engagement is most important.

Do . . .

  • Help your followers achieve their goals.
  • Read your follower’s timeline.
  • Reply to mentions and DM within 24 hours.
  • BE Honest. BE Attentive.
  • BE Active. BE a Resource.
  • BE Inspirational. BE Informative.
  • BE sure to mention your Twitter account everywhere.
  • List yourself on Twitter directories.
  • Use Hashtags.

Don’t . . .

  • Talk about everything you do.
  • Tell everyone, everywhere you go.
  • Talk about yourself all the time.
  • Flood your tweet stream.
  • Tweet too many messages over a short period of time.
  • Use Twitter as IM –instant messaging.
  • Use applications that use your accounts to invite people via DM to your mafia family, or use other phishing.
  • Sell all the time.
  • Get a big head.
  • Send lists of names with no explanation.
  • RT someone else’s list of names or #Follow mentions.
  • Be argumentative.
  • Tweet while intoxicated.
  • Beg for a following.
  • Think about Followers. Instead think of your valued audience.

Some of My #TwitterTips . . .

#TwitterTip Always check your links or person’s link before you RT

#TwitterTip Always use a URL shortening service to prevent your URLs being broken on RT

#TwitterTip Compliment at least 1 person everyday on Twitter
(there’s always something nice to say about everyone)

#TwitterTip Never belittle another tweeter. If you do, you risk offending all of their followers too

#TwitterTip Following back is a choice not an obligation or courtesy

#TwitterTip Never forget those who helped U get 2 the top. Once at the top, reach back and help the next person up

#TwitterTip In the beginning it is best to become a gr8 follower 1st,
find your voice, add value, engage & followers will flock to you

#TwitterTip It takes 1000 tweets to build a reputation on Twitter, and only 1 to ruin it. Be careful what you tweet

#TwitterTip Reminder to take at least 5 minutes to reply/retweet other. Nothing about you Engage/give ~ @unmarketing

#TwitterTip Smile when you Tweet. Tweople can tell

You may be interested in reading my blog, Are You Attentive to the Needs of Your Twitter Followers?

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Chaos Creates Change

by Gary Loper on February 10, 2017

Chaos Creates Change

So many people are complaining about how bad last year was (insert pretty much any last year). You are still holding the vibration of a bad year in your mind, and your dominant thought will create the same.  Watching so many people on the television in Times Square so fervently counting down to a new beginning, you can see that many believe that it is an opportunity that only happens once a year.  We can begin anew anytime we want. We are in control of our clocks and calendars.

We can only grow amidst chaos. Something has to go wrong or be upsetting enough for us to realize we need to make a change, because we are not in alignment with the results. If everything were all sunshine and balloons all the time, we would not experience the contrast of what we do not want to discover what it is we truly desire.

In the middle of chaos, I have noticed that many people poke holes in themselves, looking to be perfect. I am not sure where the perfectionism mentality comes from, thinking that everything we do has to be perfect from the beginning. Did we stop trying to walk when we first landed on our butt?  Or, did we stop trying to walk with the countless times we persisted until we mastered this walking thing? When we give ourselves permission to try something, and if the results do not work out as we would like, then we can adjust and try again. Edison found over 10,000 ways not to make the light bulb. We certainly can try a couple more times, and disregard the dream stealers who think they are being brutally honest, but are really more interested in being brutal.

Keep growing, the path is not always straight or smooth, but the rewards are living your truth and rising up where many others crumble.

Remember, you can’t be your best until you uncover whom you are and where you want to go.

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