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i have used many tools, the only one that i liked and i keep using it is narrow.io
Interesting! I haven't heard of this tool, but will have to check it out!
I've used crowdfire in the past to automate a lot of my twitter stuff. It worked like a charm and helped take care of a bunch of stuff.
The best thing we did was add the title to the feature image in the post.
I hate stock photos. They are the easiest way to spot a lazy content creator.
Could you really not take an extra 10 minutes to create a custom graphic for your article?
You just spent hours writing a great post and then slap a boring stock photo on it.
I've used Audiense (formally SocialBro) for almost 4 year and cannot do without.
Audiense allows you to see lists of users and some analysis of public information for handles which are following specific users, members of public lists,
and/or have engaged with specific tweets. It also allows you to do more broad searches, so if you want everyone in the United States who has "digital marketing" in their bio and a public profile and has tweeted in the last 15 days and has over 1,000 followers and is following over 500 people and has a URL included it will give you that list. You can dynamically upload it to Twitter for targeting, or export the list for further analysis.
For your personal account it allows you to create various reports and do analysis.
One use case for this, I have an international client so I use Audiense to understand when their active follows in EMEA (and only EMEA) are active on Twitter and then we schedule tweets for those times. A lot of other platforms gives you an overall idea of when your entire audience is online but Audiense allows you to better segment which followers that data is being pulled from.
There is just so much you can do with it, I cannot recommend it enough.
I will say though, unlike other platforms it does not automate following/unfollowing but creates a super easy way for you do manually do it. I prefer this to avoid flagging accounts by Twitter when using automated methods that may inadvertently hit an API rate limit.
I recommend Owlead.
We know building a followerbase on Twitter requires often to follow relevant users first. Based on specific criteria (my favorite being the followers of a competitor), Owlead automatically follow a specific number of users everyday, while making sure to stay under Twitter limit. If a user does not follow back after 3 days, he is automatically unfollowed. This allows to keep a healthy following / follower ratio. Also, basically, new followers are real human who made the decision to follow back, = quality users, not at all bots... It means the content they see when checking your account has to be good enough for them to hit the follow button.
This is smart automation, and Owlead does it great :)
I once tried to run a weekly Twitter chat for our brand over a year ago and it failed. We had 5 or 6 chats on different topics and it didn't take off. I think the biggest number of people who attended the busiest chat was 7 so a rather poor result.
I think you can succeed with a Twitter chat once you already have a dedicated community built for your brand, but I might be wrong and just simply failed to set up the chat successfully.
Let me know what you think!
The following are some of the things which worked really well for me:
1) Creating followers of my target audience alone - limit ghost followers to minimum. Helps me with engagement and impressions
2) Post interesting content and trending stories
3) Engage with my target audience, leads and influencers with retweets, comments and likes
4) Engage followers of competitors
5) Repost my content which is performing better more than once at right time intervals
6) Post, retweet, like, follow at right time
And the most important key: DO THESE CONSISTENTLY
These techniques are performing really well of late due to changes from twitter to ward off bots. In fact doing all these regularly is very hectic. So built this tool: www.cloohawk.com which helps to do it.
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