Follow Fridays — How to Participate in Twitter ‘Follow Fridays’ Without Really Trying
Every Friday, we are encouraged buy instagram followers uk to send out a list of some of our favorite people on Twitter, asking others to follow them, too.
A typical Follow Friday tweet goes something like this:
A friend of mine on Twitter hates Follow Fridays so much that she spend much of Friday tweeting:
I don’ think Follow Friday is stupid, per se, but I’ve never added a new person to my followers just because I’ve noticed their names among mine in somebody’s #FF tweet. It would take me all day to check these people out.
Then again, I feel bad if I don’t participate in some way on Follow Fridays. I don’t want to hurt the feelings of the nice people who are recommending me to all their other friends.
Luckily, Twitter clients like TweetDeck and MarketMeSuite make it easy for me to take part while exuding the least amount of effort. buy instagram followers uk
I always have a “Mentions” pane open in MarketMeSuite, so I can see when people are “talking” about me on Twitter.
Sure enough, on Fridays I start seeing messages with “#FF” hashtags, mentioning my @kshaidle address along with other peoples’.
When I see these messages, first I double check that I’m already following the person sending out the Follow Friday message itself.
Then I send them a Direct Message: “Thanks for the #FF!” is all you need to say.
Finally, I select the Manual RT option in MarketMeSuite. This lets me edit the person’s tweet before I pass it along to my followers.
In the preview pane, I remove my @kshaidle address. Then I select MarketMeSuite’s Send to All option, and send out the RT to all my Twitter accounts, not just the main @kshaidle one. buy instagram followers uk
By doing this, I feel like I’ve paid back by the original sender by putting their name in front of my thousands of followers, who may in turn follow them.
All this takes less than a minute to do, but I feel like it fulfills my Follow Friday “obligations.”
I look like a nice person without letting Follow Friday eat into my entire day.
This is just another reason why using a Twitter client like TweetDeck or MarketMeSuite makes my life so much easier, and really lets you use Twitter to its maximum capacity.