How to get 1,000 Twitter followers a week for FREE

How to get 1,000 Twitter followers a week for FREE on Auto pilot.

Twitter is one of the most powerful social marketing tools available today. If you have a business, either online or offline, having a Twitter account is a must.
The problem is that unless you are a celebrity who has millions of people just waiting to hear about their next bath room break, you need to get followers to listen to you.

There are tons of tools out there that will get you followers, and most of them come at a cost. I have come across three tools that are totally free and have helped me to get lots of followers.
Those three tools are Google Alerts, Twitter feed and Social Oomph and this is how I use them. First, and probably the most important step is to use Google Alerts to set up feeds to send out from your Twitter account that people will want to read. Choose your keywords and phrases carefully because the more popular the articles that Google Alerts finds for you, the more people that will like what you have to say and want to follow you.
The next step is go out to Twitter feed and tie the alerts that you just created to your Twitter account. You can set up lots of different feeds and have them posted at different intervals during the day. The last thing that I do, is to use Social Oomph to welcome all of my new followers with a special welcome message. I also use it to schedule special messages through out the day.
The last trick that I use is to have multiple Twitter accounts. This allows me to target people with totally different subject matter.

I must give credit where credit is due. First, I need to thank my MLSP mentor for pointing me to these resources and Bob Howard for putting together the tutorials. If you have any questions on how to set up these tools up, follow this link http://www.majesticsocialmedia.com

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