Say that out loud, it rhymes!
Many of these exercises should be repeated, for instance January 5’s post about going to Twitter and tweeting something that is trending on Twitter. I think you should do that at least once a week. Maybe put it on your calendar as something easy to do for your book every Monday. It’ll just take a second, and you’re done!
So, let’s start out today by repeating this exercise. #ThingsIGetAlot – This is an interesting trending tag… So, let’s see. Angel On Board – Real Life Stories and “Things I Get Alot” – how to connect them in 120 characters or less (always save 20 characters for the link).
Angel On Board – Real Life Stories #ThingsIGetAlot – http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00AB7XXU6/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_dp_.XW7qb1WJBSBN Everyone tells me their angel stories…. I just love that!
Now, to get followers.
Go to the search bar and search for the best term that describes your book and look at the posts that show up. In an effort to give your followers a little variety, “Retweet” about 5 tweets as long as they are still in your subject area. “Angels” can be a lot of things to a lot of people, so I only retweet “Angel Tweets” that really have to do with the kind of angels I’m talking about. You want to provide variety, but also consistency. It doesn’t matter if you know them, it only matters that they’re talking about the same topic you are – within reason.
Now, for the people who you retweeted, go follow them if you’re not already. Follow a few more that look interesting because those people will now be in your “Twitter” feed and your future followers will enjoy seeing their posts as well if they decide to find out more about you.
So, to summarize, tweet, retweet about 5, follow about 15.
And bookmark this post – you’ll want to do something akin to this every week or so.
See you tomorrow!