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Brian Lee of http://geniustypes.com/ shares some great tricks he's learned for Twitter over the years. Learn why it's beneficial to have both a main and secondary account, and how to use the applications TweetAdder and TweetDeck to manage your account.

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twitter tips tricks

Twitter Tips & Tricks

By Genius Types

http://geniustypes.com/

outline
Outline
  • Tweet Adder: Automatically follows people for you, unfollows people who don’t reciprocate, and allows you to find tweeters with similar interests
  • TweetDeck: Organizes all social media
  • Secondary Accounts: Get mobile updates from only the most interesting tweeters!
following others
Following Others
  • Many theories on how to get the largest twitter following
  • Celebrities may have 800,000 followers but only be following 50 people
  • That’s seen as bad form for regular people
  • Try to follow everyone who follows you
misconceptions
Misconceptions
  • Just because thousands of people are following someone doesn’t mean they pay attention to their feed
  • So don’t be intimidated by those with thousands of followers
  • Only 2-5% of their followers actually read their feed
twitter mobile
Twitter Mobile
  • Go into settings, click mobile, put in your number, choose who you want mobile alerts via text message from
  • Best way to keep track of your favorite tweeters
  • However, a lot of people have direct messaging set up
  • If twitter has your number and your following a lot of people they’ll send thousands of these to your phone
solution secondary accounts
Solution! : Secondary Accounts
  • Make a secondary account and set up twitter mobile on that one
  • Only follow people you don’t mind getting direct messages from
  • Receive text message alerts from only the most interesting people
tweetadder
TweetAdder
  • Costs less than $100
  • Automatically follows people for you
  • Without it you could go through lists of people’s followers and manually add them
  • This takes forever and twitter only lets you add 1,000 a day
tweetadder8
TweetAdder
  • You can set it up to add certain “types” of people you’re interested in
  • For example, people who have mentioned keywords you’re interested in or list certain things in their profile
  • It also can automatically follow back people who follow you
  • Or unfollow people who don’t reciprocate
tweetadder9
TweetAdder
  • This may seem catty, but it’s actually necessary
  • Once you’re following over 2,000 people, Twitter only lets you add 10% more than people following you
  • So follow all the people you can, wait a few days, unfollow people who didn’t follow you back, repeat
tweetdeck
TweetDeck
  • Great for any form of social media
  • Free
  • Allows you to sort social media columns
  • Columns include news feeds of particularly interesting tweeters, your facebook feed, people who have mentioned you, or feeds for various keywords
helpful links
Helpful Links
  • Sign up for Tweet Adder (affiliate link)
  • Sign up for Tweet Deck
  • Visit geniustypes.com for more information on blogging, social networking, passive income, real estate investing, and creative life.