Join Bobby Owsinski for an in-depth discussion in this video Following and followers, part of Twitter for Musicians and Bands.
When you like what someone's tweeting, and want…to view all of their tweets, you follow them.…Like Facebook, you can organize the people that you're following into lists…so that it's easier to keep track of the information you want.…These lists can be public or private.…If you decide you don't like what someone is tweeting, or…the volume of tweets is too heavy, you can simply unfollow them.…When you first sign-up, Twitter will help you go through you address book to…see if anyone you know is a Twitter user already.…You then have the option to invite them to follow you.…
Once you subscribe, you can find friends and fans with the Find friends list.…When people follow you, it's an unwritten…rule that you should follow them back, although…I don't believe that's absolutely necessary if you…have a brand and a lot of followers.…One way that many people are taught to get a lot…of followers quickly is to follow everyone that they can find,…hoping they'll reciprocate.…That works, but it's an empty gesture, as you want real…
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- Using the correct keywords as hashtags
- Sharing photos, songs, and videos
- Scheduling tweets
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- Measuring Twitter performance