I'm usually trying to figure out how to push the boundaries of all social media platforms. On Instagram, for example, I want to know what the best way is to gain legit followers. The same goes for Twitter.
In the process of following new people on Twitter, I got a little excited about learning about Voice, and started to rapidly follow people in the Voice Community to try and connect with them.
Not trying to be a "follow me - follow you" (and I'm not talking about the old Genesis song) type of marketer, but rather to gain access and knowledge to the community quickly, as they're all on Twitter.
Twitter is a great tool for growing awareness and gaining real champions for the Nashville Voice Conference, and I've even picked up a few clients on Twitter lately for WordPress Design and Development services.
I digress. In the process of pushing the "I'm going to follow as many people as I can today on Twitter" boundaries, I found out about the Technical Follower Limits on Twitter, and I think they make a ton of sense.
This video explains what you'll run into on Twitter these days while trying to take part in community discussion.
Thanks for reading, watching and listening, and have a great day!
Paul Hickey, Founder / CEO / Lead Strategist at Data Driven Design, LLC and founder of Nashville Voice Conference, has created and grown businesses via digital strategy and internet marketing for more than 15 years. His sweet spot is using analytics to design and build websites and grow the audience and revenue of businesses via SEO/Blogging, Google Adwords, Bing Ads, Facebook and Instagram Ads, Social Media Content Marketing, Email Marketing and most recently, Voice App Design and Development - Alexa Skills and Google Actions. The part that he’s most passionate about is quantifying next marketing actions based on real data.