Crowdfire gets more interactive

The idea of Crowdfire is very promising. Keeping track of what’s happening in multiple platforms of the social media jungle may be backbreaking at times. Crowdfire brings social media statistics in one place and helps you to grow your Twitter following by suggesting accounts to follow, and tweets to like, in hopes of people following … Read more

Search for tweets of songs that are similar to the one you’re currently promoting

This just hit me, as I was watching more of Gary’s videos. I realized that I should try to be more specific with my Twitter searches. One of the Twitter growth hacking strategies I’m using, is to search for fresh tweets about the artists that are similar to Unzyme, and then follow those users. This … Read more

Why you shouldn’t be using automated direct messages on Twitter

Automated “Thanks for the follow, please subscribe to my YouTube channel” messages don’t work. People are not going to be excited about that message, because so many attention-seeking tweeps are misusing that feature. Only amateur marketers care about the follower count instead of the attention they’re getting. Rule number one is to create interesting, valuable content … Read more

Comment on trending topics on Twitter and get discovered

Hashtags are a free discovery tool on Twitter. People are checking the trending hashtags all the time, and your tweets are more likely to be seen, if you’re tweeting about something that’s trending. You can also change the location of the trending topics list. I check many places, and mostly pick topics that are somehow … Read more