What was your reaction the first time somebody retweeted your post? Probably excited because someone noticed you.
Not to be serious but, as a tip, try using hashtags of your niche or anything related to it, or why not create your own original hashtag. Maybe you want to check if you have a strong Twitter password as well, just to avoid hacked accounts.
Give it a try. What’s the worse thing that could happen? Well, I hope not what happened on the comic strip above.
Attracting The Right Kinds Of Twitter Followers
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Twitter Acronyms And Their Definitions
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