People keep asking me: “How did you gain 60 000 followers on Twitter?” Let’s give you guys some MORE answers! In my previous article you could read that I automated a part of my Twitter account. This is because it was taking me too much time to keep doing the follow-for-follow method. But it’s an amazing method to start with. I still use it sometimes in parallel with automation! After all we can’t automate everything. Twitter needs to know there’s a real person behind the desk.
I get this question very often: What can I do to help my Twitter grow? Let’s give you guys a few answers. To grow on twitter there are a few strategies. Starting with just following the people that might like your product and hope they will follow back. But this is very time consuming. When you grow bigger this will become difficult. Where will you find these people? When do you draw the line of helping others? Do you retweet your competitor?
Catnigiri have put their game Keen on IndieGoGo to get funding for their game. They had to, these people are working day-jobs just to fund their development. Catnigiri doesn’t have a office and communicate on Skype. This way they have gained my respect, since Keen is still a good looking game and the Demo is just fantastic.