This is a step-by-step guide on how to Send Automatic Messages on Twitter. Have you received a thank you messages with a link to websites or blog when you follow someone? Do you want to do the same? If yes, this is a quick guide on how to send automatic messages on twitter when someone follows you.
New twitter followers are potential customers or people who might be genuinely interested in you or your brand. So, sending them messages can be a proven strategy to break the barrier of communication.
Twitter automated messaging is definitely one way to acquire new customers to your business. This Twitter automatic messages, you can thank your followers right after the follow you.
You can even include links your blog, product or services page. This could increase the amount of traffic to your blog or website.
This process is fully recommended by Twitter and it’s considered a policy violation. Notwithstanding, there ways you can still do it without being penalized.
Twitter says that you should rather send messages to each of your followers on your own without automating the process. This might be possible if you don’t have much followers or you do not have any other thing to do.
But, ff you are a serious marketer who has huge amount to twitter followers, sending an automatic reply to each of your followers is the best option.
Advantages of Automated Twitter Messaging.
- Increase familiarity with your followers.
- Increase traffic to your website or blogs if you share links to them.
- Perform content marketing while in you are relaxing or doing something else.
- Improve trust.
You can use automated DM’s for much cooler stuff. Once someone will tweet your article you can do this:
Ask to share your contents via other social networks such as Facebook or Google plus:
“Hey @username Thanks a lot for the follow! I would really appreciate if you could give the post a G+ and “like” as well :)”;
- Offer more content: “Thanks for the follow! Did you also see this article of mine? http://link_to_article”;
- Offer a free product: “Thanks for the follow! Maybe you’d be interested in taking my free email course at http://link_to_course?”.
Virtually any how you can talk to your follower, twitter auto-message can work the wonders.
So How How do You Send Automatic Messages on Twitter?
It could be difficult to achieve this on twitter platform. However, there are existing apps that does the work perfectly.
I will show you the step by step guide on how to achieve this with a free app.
Step 1: Signup on Twitter if you don’t already have twitter account
Step 2: Signup at unfollower.com
Step 3: At Unfollower.com visit “Automate Setting Page”
Step 4: Scroll down to “Welcome DM”and setup your direct message.
Step 5: Scroll down and click “Save”You are done.
Watch a Video Tutorial on YouTube below.
This app works like magic and I have been using it to send automatics messages to any body that follows me on twitter.
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