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  1. Serkan
    January 19, 2015

    I use http://followerfilter.com for Searching User Tweet RT and Favorite listing and deletion – Unfollower finding an deletion. Even the site is new, it works well!

    Site also allows you to see any twitter user’s (included yours) unfollowers, followers and followings without login.

    Of course it’s free and unlimited!

  2. richard osborne
    October 31, 2014

    Great insights Heidi, thank you! Are you aware of a similar article for Facebook? We are targeting Facebook as our initial social platform to launch campaigns to attract talent (passive and active candidates) and engage Engineering communities globally.

  3. Cj
    October 30, 2014

    Thanks for the great article! I’ve adopted Facebook so much lately, that Twitter hasn’t been getting as much attention – this helps me get back into the proper mindset. I especially like the idea of scheduling Twitter time. It makes sense – especially when it has become so “once in a while” for me.

  4. Denise Gabbard
    October 29, 2014

    Interesting that it shows at the bottom in terms of driving sales. Twitter has been the largest source of traffic to my website and blog for some time.

    Thanks for some reminders of good practices and some others I hadn’t thought of yet.

    • heidicohen
      October 29, 2014

      Denise–Understand that what works for you may differ from others. It also depends on how you’re using Twitter and where you’re sending your visitors. Happy marketing, Heidi Cohen

      • Denise Gabbard
        October 29, 2014

        That goes without saying– “your results may vary.” Certainly, what you get out of ANY social platform depends on how much effort you expend on it. I chose to focus more on Twitter because Facebook is so overcrowded…and I hate video:)

        Nice post!

      • Cj
        October 30, 2014

        And here I thought I was the only one who wasn’t a fan of video posts! I feel vindicated! Thanks, Denise! 🙂

  5. Jim Moritz
    October 28, 2014

    Hi Heidi,

    Powerful index of Twitter ideas. It might be excellent which you incorporated rightful techniques for every single idea, indeeed. The following brings benefit to quite a few ideas which could be interpreted like “too simple” by someone.

    Cheers
    Jim

    • heidicohen
      October 29, 2014

      Jim–Thank you. The goal of Actionable Marketing Guide is to give our readers help to achieve their goals. Happy marketing, Heidi Cohen

  6. @thinkB1G
    October 28, 2014

    Nice list and well organized. I’ll be sharing this with my audience.

  7. Stuart Davidson
    October 26, 2014

    Solid list of Twitter tips Heidi. It’s great that you included actionable tactics for each tip, too. It adds value to some tips that might be construed as “too easy” by some and skipped over.

    • heidicohen
      October 26, 2014

      Stuart–I’m glad that you appreciate the addition of the “actionable” tactics. We pride ourselves on making marketing more actionable. Happy marketing, Heidi Cohen

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