The Twitter Effect: How to increase your follower count and gain exposure on Twitter

The Twitter Effect reveals the real way to gain exposure and increase your follower count on Twitter. You won’t find any get-followers-quick schemes in this book. However, with proper execution, the techniques in this book will help you increase your reach and gain new high-quality followers every day!

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2 Responses to The Twitter Effect: How to increase your follower count and gain exposure on Twitter

  1. OH MY GOSH GOOD!!! Very good insight intoTwitter etiquette. A must read for all addicted Twitter users and for those who wish to use it ti promote their business.

  2. OH MY GOSH GOOOOD!!!!I have been reading a lot of Twitter how-to books because when I signed up for Twitter a year ago, (I was forced to in order to watch a pod cast of a book talk from my church) and everytime I have gone back since to sneek a peek, (since I have my kindle linked to Twitter I’ve become curious) it’s all been Greek to me. This is by far the best Twitter book yet. was a great starting book and I have to say if I didn’t read that first, I might not know what he was referring to half the time in this book. But since I did have some basic knowledge going in he had great suggestion on how to interact and use Twitter to gain a great organic following that actually listened and responded. So your tweets were heard and useful. I would recommend this book to anyone. I would especially recommend this book to anyone who was going to use their site to promote themselves or a product. He also gives great sites and apps for use with Twitter for all sorts of things weather it is for use with your mobile device, keeping track of lists and streams, or even keeping track of the people who have unfollowed you. He has a link for that. He says this is the first book he has written. I think he’s done a great job, and would look forward to more helpful books from him.

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