How to quickly and easily set-up a completely FREE automated system which will get you 100+ new Twitter followers daily while spending 4 minutes or less on the system each day!
Before I discuss the system, let me tell you what I will NOT do in this article:
- I will NOT try to sell you any product or force you to spend any money. Every product I mention is completely free.
I will NOT force you to spend your time on twitter constantly following people in hopes to get followed back.
I will NOT make spend more than 4 minutes a day using the system.
I will NOT make you break any of the Twitter rules and get your account suspended.
The system is not completely perfect however. If you only want truly engaged Twitter followers who will constantly re-tweet your messages while hanging on to your every word, this system is probably not for you. To fully engage and fascinate your followers, which I will show you how to do in a follow-up article, you need to spend way more than 4 minutes a day.
If you want to quickly and easily establish a wide base of Twitter followers which you can engage later on, or just simply want to get a huge following without doing much work to show off in front of your friends – listen up.
Here's a very simple system which I use for one of my twitter accounts:
After getting a Twitter account, simply go to Bufferapp and create an account. Bufferapp is a free application which allows you schedule up to 10 tweets in advance (11 if you use the link I provided).
Click on “Settings”, under “Choose when @XXXX Tweets” and set-up the 10 times your tweets will be sent out. I recommend: 4 am, 6 am, 8 am, 10 am, 12 pm, 2 pm, 4 pm, 6 pm, 8 pm, 10 pm. This way, no matter where in the world you are located, your tweets will always be seen.
Finally go to “My Buffer”, copy and paste the following twitter message: “#teamfollowback #autofollow #followNgain #instantfollow #TFB #ifollowback #followme #followfriday #FollowNGain #InstantFollowBack #500ADay X”. Where X is a number starting from 1 to 10. So now your buffer will have 10 tweets, each ending with a number 1 through 10.
And there you have it! You have just scheduled your twitter account to send out 10 messages into the world. Twitter does not like you sending out repeat tweets, so adding a number such as 1, 2, 3,...10 ensures that your tweets are unique.
But who will see these message you ask, if I have no followers? Ahhh...good question. You see, people who want to build their twitter following fast, search for tweets with specific keywords with hashtags like “#autofollow”, “#followback”, etc on various Twitter search engines, such as search.twitter.com. They will see your tweets while searching for any of the keywords I made you put in your BufferApp tweets and follow you in hopes of being followed back.
So then all you have to do is sign-on into your twitter account once a day, and follow back the people who became your followers. After all, you've just broadcasted to the world that you follow people back if they follow you, so be honest and do so!
Now all you have to do is rinse and repeat. Once a day sign-on into your BufferApp, paste the tweets, then sign-on into your twitter and follow back everyone who followed you.
This process takes me about 3 and 30 seconds each day and produces over 100 new followers daily.
You're not completely done, however. Some of these Twitter followers you just acquired can be pretty sneaky and might unfollow you once you followed them back. So to keep them honest and your follow numbers low, use another free application: JustUnfollow.
I usually sign-on into justunfollow every 4-5 days, click on “Show Non-Followers” and simply unfollow everyone who unfollowed my account in mean time. This way the number of your followers will always closely match the number of people you're following.
Please feel free to experiment with the twitter message you're sending out and the times you release your messages. Use search.twitter.com to find out what other “followback” hash tags people use.
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