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Just a warning, don’t hit too many people with this at once or Twitter will suspend your account. I learned the hard way. The site I’m building and products I’ll be selling and promoting are all geared towards stress releif. As you might guess, about every minute or so someone on twitter tweets that they are stressed out. I pinged one after the other with a friendly (not even salesy) comment, and a couple days later Twitter said I was spamming and suspended my account.
I tried this and am confused about something. In the video, you show a search from the twitter home page without being logged into your account. This search tool is not the same once you are logged into your account. I tried the same search from the home page and logged in and got different results. Also there is no way to reply unless you are logged in, so it is a bit confusing.
Also think we need to be aware of the spamming thing as Jarrod talked about.
Great tip, Ezra! Thank you… i just ran a search right now and found lots of people tweeting about my subject. Awesome!
On another note… I’m blown away by what David has done with his book and everything it birthed. His free book campaign was like watching a MASTER at work, and with such a huge heart!
I’d love to invite David to be on the staff of a book class I’m co-hosting in August to talk about the success of his free book campaign. What would be the best way to schedule a quick call to discuss the possibilities?
Love Your Life Publishing, Inc.
I had just followed your advice re:the wonder wheel, and had followed link to link for hours! Was about to sign out of gmail when I saw your new gift!
Bravo, Ezra. This is my next step! Thank you. And my birthday is still 4 days away!
Hi , David, Thank you for the gift, I appreciate you and all you’re doing. I didn’t take your offer, because at this time I’m committed to something that is taking my focus completely, I wish you well and thanks again. Clea
David it was you!!My regrets, I thought it was made by Ezra (who gave the wonder wheel on faculty call, Wednesday).
Thank you, David! Another example of how you just keep on giving, spontaneously, beyond original offers.
I stayed away from Twitter because I figured FB sucked enough of my time away. However, from a marketing perspective, I find your ideas brilliant. I will keep those ideas in mind when I am ready to offer my services. Thank you!
The Twitter search function is horrific. I would not use it as a first strike tool when determining a niche. Don’t be disappointed in what you see based on your searches there. There are many more criteria when determining a niche. Take a look at Gordon Training’s Twitter account and those followed/following and you’ll get a better idea of the topics your audience is talking about daily.
Thank you so much. I have a twitter account and did not know how to do either of these things. Thank you. Actually probably more effective than the google keyword tool in some ways. Wow, guys, good to go.
I found the video very interesting and added to other information I learned at a writer’s workshop. I have my first novel in print through Xlibris. I have also uploaded some work on to the “Smashwords” site. Since I returned home I have been madly proof reading to move my writing into the public eye. I’m trying to connect to all media to advertise.