How I add 1 twitter follower a minute without following anyone first

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here is how I sat down for 1 hour and added 63 twitter followers without following one single person first.

here is how I do it.

first I go to Twitter Search

then I type in my main keyword the largest broadest keyword there is in that niche like dog training for example.

you will then get a list of all the people who used the word dog training in there tweet.

then all you do is visit there blog and post a helpful or thoughtful comment on there blog. you are not doing this for backlinks.

then go back to the tweet and use the reply feature to make a thoughtful reply thanking them or commenting on there tweet of blog.

this method is so simple that you can sit down and easily add 100 twitter followers anytime you want.

this method also works great for recruiting affiliates for your product.
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  • Profile picture of the author Andy W
    Awesome Advice!! In addition to Twitter Search another good resource is Twellow. I like the idea of being more active in adding followers to your Twitter account. Keep the good advice comming...

    -Andy
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    • Profile picture of the author Vlad Romanov
      Originally Posted by Andy W View Post

      Awesome Advice!! In addition to Twitter Search another good resource is Twellow. I like the idea of being more active in adding followers to your Twitter account. Keep the good advice comming...

      -Andy
      network marketing secrets
      I love how the guy in your link is claiming to be a millionaire, yet he is unable to get appropriate lighting and white screen to shoot his video...
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  • Profile picture of the author dsmpublishing
    Hi andy

    i love twellow too - i set up a twellow a/c for a client a few months ago and his following went like crazy. When using twellow go for categories with little competition and then you will get a top spot.

    kind regards


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  • Profile picture of the author ezaaron
    good advice. Its much easier than messing with software!
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  • Profile picture of the author Spencer Jones
    Isn't it a tough job to find the blog, then commenting, have to do it manually, and repeat it each time for any number of followers you wish to have?

    Thanks...
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    • Profile picture of the author MarkMilan
      I think this idea is much better than the "follow loads of people in the hope they follow you in return" idea. With this method you get real people following you that are more likely to read and respond to your tweets.

      People who follow thousands of people aren't likely to read any of your tweets. What is the point of having them follow you?
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  • Profile picture of the author M.T.
    Sounds like it works well, however it takes a lot of time for some followers.

    Posting good content and value in your twitter posts WILL bring you lots of new follows because your tweets will, get re-tweeted .

    MT
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  • Profile picture of the author gvannorman
    Nick, this has to be the best advice that I have found on the internet when it comes to getting targeted traffic to my blog. Thank you.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mohammad Afaq
    Thanks for the advice. I will try it out

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  • Profile picture of the author cragar
    Is there Anyone that is going to share the truth about the automation of twitter.I used twitters automated related services-Twollow-Huitter-Twitter Search-Tweet Later- and the results were a FRIKKEN NIGHTMARE.I made no $$$ using these services.Why?Brcause everyone is LAZY with a capital L.The Internet MArketers who use this service are promoting other people more than they promote themselves when using Tweet later.How many times do you get Tweets from someone that is using an automated service and has it set to !) a day and then get 10 straight tweets on your home page from them that fills your page only to get 100 more that come from 1o others doing the same thing.I send DM's to them saying why I just unfollowed them. I recently started dealing with those people we call ordinary and are there because they don't have a clue about IM'ing and the tactics.I have recently even made a sale from doing it this way and posting my OWN tweets.I got nothing doing it automated.
    There is my 2 cenz.Let your reasoning and motives take it from here
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    • Profile picture of the author gvannorman
      Originally Posted by cragar View Post

      Is there Anyone that is going to share the truth about the automation of twitter.I used twitters automated related services-Twollow-Huitter-Twitter Search-Tweet Later- and the results were a FRIKKEN NIGHTMARE.I made no $$$ using these services.Why?Brcause everyone is LAZY with a capital L.The Internet MArketers who use this service are promoting other people more than they promote themselves when using Tweet later.How many times do you get Tweets from someone that is using an automated service and has it set to !) a day and then get 10 straight tweets on your home page from them that fills your page only to get 100 more that come from 1o others doing the same thing.I send DM's to them saying why I just unfollowed them. I recently started dealing with those people we call ordinary and are there because they don't have a clue about IM'ing and the tactics.I have recently even made a sale from doing it this way and posting my OWN tweets.I got nothing doing it automated.
      There is my 2 cenz.Let your reasoning and motives take it from here
      I tend to stay away from automated twitter programs. I hate it when I get a phone call and when I answer it it is just a machine on the other end. So, I look at the automated twitter programs as the machine on the other end...if someone is sending way too much spam, i just unfollow...its that simple. If they seem automated, I unfollow...

      But, I do like the idea of Twitte Search...its a useful tool. Also if you want to know whats hot, check out the twitter trends on your twitter page...very useful information on knowing what people are talking about right now.
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  • Profile picture of the author affmrktng
    God I so appreciate all the great tips.
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  • Profile picture of the author TCarter
    how's that saying go? NO free lunches? I think one of the biggest lies in the IM industry is that it's SO EASY when in fact, to do well at it, it takes HARD WORK, Dicscipline /strong work ethic and consistency. Also modeling and surrounding yourself with the right people goes a long way to success for yourself.
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  • Profile picture of the author sscot
    Good tip and looks like little hard to do. Really, I like if it's hard because easy methods don't give real results.
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  • Profile picture of the author lilc800
    Very interesting... The followers will come in slower then that I can do with tweetadder but it might be better to use if you want more targeted ones I guess
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  • Profile picture of the author sweetloleypop
    Oh yeah, sounds like better that the other like those auto-follow.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sapan Verma
    That's a great way to add more targeted followers compared to the all sorts. It sure can be time consuming, but I see no reason it can't be outsourced.

    Great tip, Nicolas!
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  • Profile picture of the author Gary Ning Lo
    Very good advice here..

    Especially good for recruiting affiliates.

    I also think that these new followers will convert well.

    What are your findings in terms of conversion?

    Cheers,

    ~Gary
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisMcDonald
    People - this thread has been dug up from the dark ages!
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  • Profile picture of the author PromoDirect
    Seems to be very time consuming... when you don't even know how likely those followers are to become your customers or click on your link etc. Instead if you can run a contest where you ask people to re-tweet your tweet and you give away a good prize to the winner who re-tweeted more or the top 3... or any other good contest that you can think of that will work on Twitter. This can get you huge number of followers.
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