ROCKING YOUR TWITTER ACCOUNT

Hello twitter friends and thank you for coming aboard. I have come to realize that the quickest way to success is to follow someone successful. I have spent over 9 years learning the twitter experience. My account Collect Back Rent Training Course (@mrslandlady) is reaching 9,800 qualified followers. The key to building your account is working it on a day to day basis. It can be for 10 minutes or an hour but it needs movement daily. It definitely will not move on its own. If you are extremely famous it will spin but for the majority of accounts we have to work at it.

Buying followers is a total waste of time. I have observed the profiles with huge followers and the accounts look non-existent. We are building a client base that will last and grow. Looking at today but eyeing the future.

1 Check notifications: 
This is where I start my account daily. I always show appreciation to the followers who retweeted, replied and just followed me. When one of my followers retweets one of my posts, I return the favor. I take the time to look over their account and retweet or reply on one of their posts. The posts I will be sharing will benefit my real estate followers. All my followers are special and I learn so much from their posts. When their accounts move forward, so will yours. This is where your account will keep current and moving forward.
 
2 New followers: 
Not all new followers fit into your real estate mode. Learn to monitor your account. You don’t have to follow everyone and you can certainly block unfavorable accounts. Be sure to do your research with viewing their profile. If it says looking for relationship today or literally nothing-stay away. You are going to build your account brick by brick and you only want the best bricks. You want qualifed followers that have the same interests as you.
 
3. Engage with old & new followers: 
Retweets, hashtags, shoutouts, replies & quotes. This is what creates your account to start buzzing. Each time one of your followers retweets your post-it goes to all of their followers.
 
I feel the cherry on the sundae is a retweet with a comment. It is great that you retweeted but that extra effort of a comment pays off. I rarely just “like” a post. I guess it is a flash back to when I played softball. I went up to the plate to hit a homerun not a single.
4. Follow new real estate minded accounts everyday: 
I average between 20 to 30 new followers a day. Constantly scoping out all the real estate accounts for retweets and new followers. I always check the profile before I follow and notice the date of their last tweet. If they have not tweeted for a couple of months I don’t follow. I consider this a dormant account. I also check the retweets and likes of the larger real estate account’s posts. I usually follow the majority of the engagers. I can tell that these accounts are active and will follow back. Your account should be moving like Warren Buffet’s net worth.
 
 

5. Send out about your listings but you will need more to engage: 
“I would love to show you my listing” goes nowhere. They will see your listings but tucked in with real estate education posts. You have got to engage your followers or I call it tweeting alone. Is anyone out there?
6. Search for your area followers: 
Very important to connect with twitter users in your area to sell homes. This is why you are really on twitter. The goal for the real estate agent is to sell homes in your area. Sure if you are a realtor in Maui. Malibu or Aspen you will have a broader base. Finding the local qualifed twitter following will be used in your advanced search. Building a local list so you can refer to their posts on a daily basis. 
 
 7. Clean up your account:  
My system will keep your account moving forward. Prevents your account from going stagnant. I have to admit that tons of twitter accounts need cleaning up. I usually clean up my account on Saturday or Sunday for next week. This keeps your account spinning and fresh. I usually clean up my account on the weekends to get ready for the work week.

This is an example of an account that desperately needs cleaning up. You should be following about 300 ahead of your followers not 3,000. This account isn’t going to move forward. After awhile the twitter participant will lose interest and the account becomes dormant.

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