One effective way to grow your Twitter followers is to follow others.
But getting engagements and conversion is the critical and hard side of the following job.
To find your targeted audience, you have to do your homework, a detailed search by using one of the Twitter Management tools.
These tools enable you to do an advanced search in specific keywords or hashtags in users’ bios, locations, friends and follower counts, etc. so you can find your exact targeted audience.
Circleboom ‘Smart Search’ and ‘Keyword / Hashtag Keywords’ search has been developed to serve all your needs while you are striving to find your targeted Audience.
Find your Targeted Audience
Once you listed your targeted followers on Circleboom’s Grid, wait at least three days.
Usually, Twitter Users see their notifications in 2-3 days, and most probably they’ll not notice your “follow” as is.
If they haven’t engaged with your account or not followed you back in a week, you can safely unfollow them on Circleboom swiftly.
You can get all non-followers on Circleboom by clicking ‘Not Following Back’ menu item.
This process might look like an errand, but if you do this as a part of your daily routine, you will quickly see that your account is growing day by day.
If you’re a Circleboom Pro, Multi or Business user, you’ll notice the uptrend chart pattern in your Circleboom analytics.
After you gain the target followers, you can always check their profiles to see how they fit your needs, by clicking “all the ones I follow” menu, then “@” profile links.
When you click the profile username link, it will immediately open a profile pop-up to show all the details about the profile.
As we always say, don’t forget the Twitter policies about aggressive following and follow churn.
You Should Avoid Bulk Follows and Bulk Unfollows in Twitter. You can find out more about “What is the aggressive following and follow churn?“on this blog post.
The fundamental rule to achieve a healthy Twitter account with quality followers is to obey the policies of Twitter as mentioned earlier.