Every now and then a follower makes me smile. This was a recent run-in with one such person… Continue reading
This post is about the weird shenanigans that happen as you get close to each new thousand on Twitter. I’ve also wanted to find a way to use the word “Shenanigans” in a post for a while, YAY! 🙂 Continue reading
So in five weeks I’ve grown my Twitter account by another 1,000… yay! 🙂 I also hit 30,000 tweets on my account during this period… double yay! 🙂
Here’s a breakdown of what happens when you have 7,000+ followers plus some talk about my tweeting milestone… Continue reading
This is an ongoing record of the incredible changes I notice as you gain more followers. On this post I look at the (BIG!) changes I witnessed after passing 7,000 Twitter followers. Continue reading
It wasn’t that long ago I posted about reaching 6,000 Twitter followers. Yesterday I reached another milestone; 7,000 followers!
So again, to all who follow me on Twitter, my blog or my website a very, very big…
I will write a new post in a week or two to see what changes in follower patterns have happened once you reach the 7k figure.
Life doesn’t often throw up something unexpected. This month it has! Continue reading
As my followers increase and I reach certain milestones I notice changes in follower behaviour. In this article I talk about what happens when you reach 6,000 Twitter followers. Continue reading
Being called FunkyChick2000 or CatOnHeat01 may have been funny at the time you created your account but those types of Twitter names don’t really help you if you use the account for business as well.
I recently wanted to change mine from SimonDay09 (the year I started on Twitter) to SimonDayUK. The change is simple but there is an extra step you may like to take as well to protect the old name. Here is how to easily do both. Continue reading
There is quite a temptation to get your follower count up fast on Twitter but Twitter is not a stupid company and can spot and ban accounts which breach those rules. So what’s safe and what isn’t? Let’s take a look… Continue reading