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I've been on Twitter for a while but only log in when I have something to tweet and the time to do it. I've posted 155 tweets to date.
I haven't tried to determine how much traffic it has generated for either my blog or web site.
Yes Juergen, the tweetdeck software makes twitter into a spread sheet style so you can see all the different uses of Twitter. I think you'll understand it better then. If not let me know, I'll try to help explain in more detail.
Twitter is definitely not for everyone. To make twitter effective, you really have to work it. I'm gaining more and more traffic and attention each day because of twitter. It is definitely my new favorite of them all.
V Holecek,, quote "I had a twitter account...I just couldn't be arsed with it. I unloaded it around the same time that I closed up my myspace profile (that's another story altogether...) "
I've been on the net sense Al Gore invented it. I've had three different myspaces (art, music and friends). All three deleted last year. Before that was message boards,, before that was MSN groups. I have a facebook account just for friends and family. I can't keep up with the sites I check on now,,LOL! BTW not throwing off on twitter, It's just not something I have the time to figure out.
I heard YOUTUBE, FACEBOOK and TWITTER were all joining up together...they are calling it "YOU TWIT FACE"
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We Use TweetAdder to BUILD and Manage our accounts. Sure, there are FREE programs which do some of what TweetAdder does. So we prefer to use one, instead of quite a number to do the same thing TweetAdder does......
Have found it much more efficient, to use one program then 4-6 and the best part of TweetAdder is the ability to build a TARGETED list of followers.
People who like to look at artwork or photography and so are more potential buyers.
PLUS, one sale we made the first month, paid for TweetAdder. We had not sold a single piece until we began building a targeted list of followers.
Many on twitter just follow everyone, who follows them, then they wonder why Twitter does not work effectively for them.
Looking at followers of some artists, find they are in many countries. Many of them are in places like Nigeria, where there are a lot of scammers. Others where they do not use English so they may not be able to read English tweets.
Finding people who will ReTweet YOU or resend links for your artwork, is the name of the game. We ahve over 1,500 followers who resend out tweets to their followers. Most all have over 1000 followers, and some have as many as 120,000 which dramatically in creases the number of potential buyers.
Following artists from FAA, may get them to retweet yours, if you retweet their work. But if all their followers are all other artists, doubt it will lead too SALES.
Getting a list of followers who are Decorators, Gallery owners, those who are interested in the TYPE of artwork you produce can lead to sales. Getting lists of people interested in Sports, may help you sell images of the sports they find of interest. Building a list of followers who are interested in your type of art, by getting followers who follow Twitter accounts of Museums who have similar works on exhibit, etc, TweetAdder does this kind of lead gathering best.
TweetAdder can do all of this and much more, too much to write about, but you can find more at this link: http://buff.ly/viO0i6
I started a recent twitter account ( I currently have 3 followers :D). I will be adding people from here, and if you like cool art mixed in a few photos here and there then please follow me back.
All this is new to me and I'm learning about Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook and how to get the art out there for people to see. I have to try to find the time to do all this networking and still have time to paint.