Uttoransen commented on the following stories on BizSugar
Hey ebele, thanks for your comments, glad you found the tips useful, Yes, the 3rd tip is the most important one. It is a limitation of twitter that restricts the number of follows and unfollows everyday ... One has to work within this limitation and still grow their following everyday, thanks, Uttoran Sen,"
Hey lyceum, thanks for your comments, we are currently not working on the @guestcrew handle and have left it to grow organically. For GuestCrew, we are working on our facebook page currently, do check out /guestcrew on facebook for more details, I implement these tips on my personal handle @uttoransen - do follow me, thanks, we will start on @guestcrew too, but later. Focusing on one handle at a time is better. Good to know that you have a good following on twitter, keep working on it and you will reach 10k soon. Am hoping to reach 10k on @uttoransen by next month. thanks, Uttoran Sen,"
Hey lyceum, thank you for the followup comment, This limitation is good - it stops spammers from following everyone in a single day ... as marketers it seems like a limitation but for the greater good, this is a good feature to have. So basically after you follow the initial 2000 users, you just need to unfollow some that do not follow back and follow others and keep the processing running. thanks, Uttoran Sen,"
Hey lyceum, Yes, I can understand, any limitation is not good for the end user. This limit was not implemented when twitter was new ... so what most marketer did was, they used to follow as many people as they can, and then unfollow everyone. the result was that they got an insanely huge audience. it is great from the marketers point of view, but will anyone buy twitter ads if building and reaching an audience was this easy? "
Yes, but you can unfollow some, and follow back some more ... as long as you have as many people following you back, you can keep following more people ... think about it, if you are following 5,000 people, can you really keep up with that many updates?"