There’s a common problem I see with a lot of new Twitter users. They’re excited about the platform and meeting new people. But they’re stuck at 5,000 followers. And then they get frustrated and quit using the platform and their digital marketing efforts.
Me? I never had that problem. I couldn’t get past 2,000 followers. And that was after years of trying. Yep. I admit. I’m a quitter. I’m not the kind to really stick with something. Call me lazy.
But a few months back I stumbled across a Twitter User and a Twitter Tool that changed social media for me.
Long story short, after 4 months of using the tool as I was taught, I had 40,000 new followers. All I do is use this one tool to do 6 different things every day.
[Update in July 2018: Over 64,000 followers now. It just keeps growing and growing.]
You want to know what they are?
Tweet + Retweet + Comment + Unfollow + Followback + Follow = 40,000 New Twitter Followers
And the magic tool?
It’s called CrowdFire
Your super-smart social media manager that’s helping millions of creators like you grow online every day. Find and share content your audience will love.
All you do is log in and follow the suggested steps because
You can also connect your blogs and other social media accounts to share your content on other platforms for SEO and backlinks.
It allows you to retweet your blog posts several times automatically over the next 30 days…which means it saves you the time of having to go in and do that manually.
So, not only do you get your content promoted to your Twitter followers, but it also pushes them out to your other social media platforms as well. That means you get new engagements and followers on Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, Pinterest, Youtube, Shopify, and numerous others I won’t take the time to name here.
Tap. Tap. Share.
40,000 new Twitter followers in four months aren’t something to shake a stick at.
Going back to the main problem Twitter users face that I mentioned right at the beginning of hitting the 5000 following limit?
CrowdFire has a really easy solution. Just use their unfollow tool. It shows you exactly who’s not interested in your content or engaging with you so you can find other people who are.
But the best part is that CrowdFire is totally compliant with Twitter guidelines…which means that you won’t get your Twitter account banned or suspended like you do with other tools.
Ahem, yes. I admit that I’ve been there and done that. I tried out this new tool that promised to be easier than CrowdFire. Week later I got suspended for a few days. And I wasn’t even going over the daily Twitter limits.
So, I’m back to using CrowdFire again and growing again.
At last count, I was up at 45,250 followers.
Yesterday, my CrowdFire report card shows I got 403 new followers. And that’s because it was a really busy day at work and I didn’t have time to do much more than the basics.
But you know what? It’s not about the numbers.
The real fun on Twitter is getting to meet amazing new people and make new friends. I’ve met and interacted with:
People that I would never have met in ‘real’ life.
And remember that guy who showed me how to use CrowdFire and follow the 6 Step Formula?
M Lemont a.k.a. @MisterSalesman
I found his book on Amazon. He’s the one that got me addicted to the Twitter game now.
This is the book I read that got me on Twitter called How To Gain 100,000 Twitter Followers.
Best book on Twitter Marketing ever.
And it’s on Kindle Unlimited so you can read it free if you’re a member.
If not, just sign up here to read a lot of books.
Kindle Unlimited is great if you’re like me. It’s currently only $10 per month. I spend more on that buying books in a single night. So, if you like to read a lot, make sure to check it out.
You can read Final Battle by Dave Bailey on your Kindle. Or even listen to the audiobook version too on Audible (already recorded, uploaded and processing in the system).
But anyway, that’s just a quick sidenote to plug and promote my own work. Now, back to our original program on CrowdFire and your content marketing boosting tool.
CrowdFire automatically reminds you each day to apply the six step Twitter formula. And it does so in a very specific way to help you maximize your digital marketing across social media sites.
If you follow these 6 steps every day, your feed will fill up pretty fast, but don’t worry because…
For example, you can have separate lists for authors, photographers, bloggers, and other topics that interest you, just like using tags for SEO.
See, piece of cake.
Don’t be afraid you’ll get more Twitter followers than you can handle.
CrowdFire will help you tame the social media Twitter Beast and keep things under control.
It’ll even organize them for you and tell you which ones to reply to in your daily session.
Go ahead and take CrowdFire for a spin.
I think you’ll like.
I know I did.
Thank you, M Lemont! Make sure to follow @mistersalesman