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I've heard people buying Twitter accounts with large followings and then migrating their username over. That's one way - although I don't get that at all. Other people have done it with Follower farms .. were they join a follower farm site, and essentially everyone just agrees to follow each ot...

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Did you get denied? Or have you not been approved *yet*? I'm not sure how Twitter is working through the application process, but from what I can tell it is roughly in order based on follower account with a big focus on who they are and how much their name or personal brand are attached to why p...

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Personally, I think there needs to be one, anchor Twitter account, and it has to be YOU. Not the blog, not the company, but you the person. You can (and should) still tweet about the blog, the company, and the industry (because that's part of who you are), but if I don't see some authenticity, I ...

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Three main things: 1. First mover advantage - There were others around the same time - Jaiku, Pownce, Plurk, Identi.ca, etc. - but they didn't get critical mass quickly enough. 2. "Disruptive" product - Who knew a new online platform could totally transform the way we communicate and consume co...

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Your interpretation of Facebook's ad platform is pretty accurate and it may not be the best fit for your purposes. This may not be the answer you're looking for, but I don't feel that traditional FB and Twitter ads offer the quality or quantity of leads you are looking for. Given that you are h...

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Agreed. Pownce and FriendFeed were both hailed as Twitter competitors in the early days. In 2008 Twitter was consistently plagued by downtime as they had trouble scaling. However, the service was simple and easy to use and they did a great job getting early digital influencers and celebs onboard ...

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I love what Lee said about being yourself but staying on message. And Ali was right: choose your goals then plan backward from them. Twitter is a tree: the more your water, fertilize, and prune it, the stronger it will be. Here are a few quick tips: · Actively prune inactive and spam accounts...

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Twitter is actually a great prospecting tool, and these are people you should absolutely be engaging with as a brand. The key is to engage without coming off as spammy. Instead of "Buy our product now to solve your issue", try something friendly like, "Hey XYZ! We'd love to help you [solve proble...

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I know that on Facebook and Twitter you can schedule ads and posts so that question should be answered. I know in Facebook you can target users by whether they're using a mobile or desktop device and also by which operating system they're using i.g. iOS or Android You can also target by intere...

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I've been in the picture messaging space for a while now with my apps Lutebox (voted one of London's top ten most loved apps) and now Click Messenger. I've written a few articles about the space including a recent post about the Future of Mobile Messaging. Snapchat started out as an app called P...

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