One of the goals of being on Twitter, as well as to keep up, is to interact with other users and not just read or post, but we must aspire to build a large community because the more users will follow us, the greater the value that network, provided they are real users. We talked about the consequences of buying fans and followers, and some ways to increase our fan page on Facebook.
However, if we are to grow in users, one of the most common methods is to start by following people, thereby causing these people to discover us indirectly to receiving notice that we follow and so if you are interested us or what we say we will continue, adding a follower to our community with whom they interact.
So let’s look at ways to find those new users that follow:
Twitter suggestions: On the one hand we have the suggestions from Twitter itself. They send us potential users to follow by email, if you do not have it disabled. On the left side there is always 3 possible, and also if we click the Refresh link will give us so many more. Also when a user still being in your listing, we will appear once you have clicked 2 options based on mutual friends and others.
Tab #Discover: On the top link bar from @Connect and Account you have #Discover tab, where besides the popular tweet, the activity of our friends in Activity, suggests others who follow in: Who to follow, and Find Friends can dive among our friends in social networks and mail contacts. Finally is the popular accounts where we can find a summary by theme Top accounts on Twitter, the good thing is that even if they seem few of each topic, if you click on one of them instead of their profile to follow, will lead to a greater of the topic list.
Searching for hastags: The search itself can use Twitter to search for hastags that most interest us, and once we see the results, choose the People tab on the left, and instead of the tweets of the subject, find the people who share with us topics of interest.
Specialized tools: There are a few apps to help new users find who to follow on Twitter, based on common interests, but usually end up being pay all tend to have an initial version of test, or a freemium model to start with free. Among them we can highlight the Spanish and widely known: SocialBro its own merits, of course.
What do you think of the collection? Do you add any other method?