If you are new to twitter, you probably have noticed how some people send you a nice little thank you or welcome note to your email address after you follow them. It’s a nice touch, and it took me a few weeks on twitter to figure out how everyone was doing it. And now I’m going to tell you…
1. Try a service. The one I use is TweetLater. It’s very simple to use and completely automates scheduling tweets, automatically following, and automatically welcoming new followers. Once you set it and forget it, your new followers will automatically receive a short welcome message from you that if worded right will help them remember you when they go to chat on twitter.
2. OR you could do it the old-fashioned way. Before my twitter followers were coming in so rapidly, I use to send each person who followed me a personal thank you message. This is especially helpful if you have visited their twitter profile and see how you may be able to help each other in some way. This is probably the “better” way to do it. You will connect with people on a more personal level — but it is time consuming. With all the other things on my plate – I decided to try and “connect” with people later by chatting with them on twitter.
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