This One Twitter Tool Will Grow Your Following
You created a Twitter strategy. You optimized your Twitter profile. You are actively engaging with your followers. You are following other like-minded accounts, in hopes that they will follow you back. You are struggling to make it to the 1,000 follower tipping point. You need a new tactic.
If you’ve ever struggled to grow a new or dormant Twitter account, you know how frustrating it can be. Investing all that time without seeing the results makes you question an authentic approach to Twitter and may even make you feel like you must be doing something wrong.
Be assured. You aren’t.
What you may be looking for is a tool that can help you grow your following WITHOUT feeling spammy. Most automation on Twitter does not work well. I’ve used my share of Twitter tools promising to automate my following and have been left with loads of crappy followers to deal with afterwards.
Meet TweetFavy. This Twitter growth tool helps you increase your Twitter followers by automatically liking tweets matching your criteria. These likes often translate to followers.
Using TweetFavy is a roundabout way to get on other Twitter users’ radar. No need to spend countless hours trolling hashtags or manually searching for keywords to help you connect with your tribe. You set up TweetFavy to do that for you and let their system do its thing—all day, every day.
TweetFavy also does Retweet Automation and Follow Automation, but I don’t use those features. I am personally not a fan of auto-retweets because they show up in my Twitter feed. I like to manually follow users, so I don’t automate my following. These tools may be worth trying if you’re interested in a good Twitter tool that also has these features.
SET UP AND MANAGEMENT:
It takes about 15 minutes to set up your account. TweetFavy walks you step-by-step through the process. It’s not rocket science. After you have finished that process, you’ll only spend about 10 minutes per month managing your account.
HOW OFTEN TO CHECK TWEETFAVY:
I would recommend you check your TweetFavy account at least every month, if not every couple weeks. You want to be sure to cycle through different hashtags and keywords that you are “liking” because you want to reach different users. Most Twitter users regularly use about 10-20 hashtags. If someone sees that you always like their tweets with a certain hashtag, they might ignore you.
A good conversion rate for TweetFavy is between 2-5%. If you find you are below that range, you might want to change up your search criteria. If you are above that range, don’t change a thing. It’s working.
Be sure to blacklist your colleagues, clients or peers. It does you no good to “waste” your likes on tweets of people who are already following you.
I would recommend set up your account to clean engagements automatically 3 days after the engagement has been made. I would apply this to all engagements because otherwise, you will look like an “overliker” on Twitter.
The team at TweetFavy is extremely helpful and responds to inquiries within 24 hours (if not sooner). Though they have had their share of software updates and hiccups with the platform, they usually solved my problem immediately or kept me updated on the status of the issue.
After your free 14-day trial, you will need to subscribe to a plan. For the average users, I would choose the Start plan. It’s affordable at only $9/month and does the liking for you. If you want a more rapid growth hack, I would choose the Elite program at $39/month for about 1-2 months and then downgrade when you feel ready.
Overall, this is one of the Twitter tools I always keep in my marketing bag of tricks. The steady growth I get for myself and my clients using this tool is well worth the $9/month per account. I’d spend at least a few hours monthly for each of my clients doing what TweetFavy does for me automatically!
Your Turn: What social media tool is a must-have for you? Any other growth hacks you’ve used that drive results for you or your company without feeling spammy? Tweet me @MindiZone or shoot me an email!