I don’t think I’ll ever get tired of telling people how powerful Twitter can be as a tool for promoting your blog and/or website.

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Written by engrmudasir
661 days ago

Awesome post, i am just gonna follow all thes steps you have mentio0ned and i strongly believe that it will make me successfull in getting more and more traffic to my website.



Written by SmartMed
666 days ago

Great post, just notice ManageFlitter can do much more things rather than unfollow users. I don' like to much automated tools like Tweet Adder, i like to directly interact with people. Anyway this is a great post, tweeted and shared. Thanks.



Written by lyceum
666 days ago

I am struggling with Twitter’s follow limit rule. I am following 4249 and I have 3858 followers at the moment. I don’t think I should be “punished” for wanting to follow a great number of tweeps! I will check out ManageFlitter.

From the post:

"You must actively manage your following to follower ratio. You should never follow more people than you have following you. Not only does it look a little untoward, but Twitter places a cap (above 2,000) on followings above approximately 110% of the number of followers you have. So if you have 2,000 followers, you cannot follow more than 2,200 people (or thereabouts)."



Written by tiroberts
667 days ago

Hi Tom,

This is a well written post. The steps you've laid out are simple and easy to follow. I'm just getting back involved with using Twitter to promote my blog site. I currently have around 800 or so followers, about 300 more than the people I'm actually following.

My traffic results from Twitter vary. I can't say that I've seen a huge burst of traffic, but I get a trickle her and there. I'm working on becoming more active and I'm leveraging tools like SocialOomph to automatic some of my tweets. This seems to be working pretty well for me so far.

Thanks so much for sharing your Twitter insights with us and for sharing this on BizSugar.com. I appreciate it!

Ti



Written by GuideAndNews
668 days ago

Nice post, buying Twitter followers is nothing, but just increasing the number of followers. You should try to get quality and real followers.



Written by bigmoneyweb
669 days ago

I like to grow my twitter following manually without using any software such as Tweet Adder you mentioned because of the danger ahead. I use this service called "JustUnfollow.com" to unfollow those who didn't follow back.

Thanks for sharing your own ways of growing twitter followers. :)



Written by Brankica
667 days ago

I am the same way. I like to grow the following naturally and Tweet Adder is one of the tools I avoid at any price.



Written by mywifequitherjob
667 days ago

Same here actually. But apparently this works well for Tom



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