As entrepreneurs, we often think we can work miracles in the space of 24 hours. Looking at your long to-do list of critical items for this week, you probably realize you are not going to achieve half of it. In other words you have planned to fail.
There is a growing number of My Twitter programs that will do everything you could ever want on twiiter: But TweetAdder is the only one that I have found that will do all of that…automatically.
If the calendar option doesn’t work you should consider scheduling your tweets and Facebook posts. There are several options for you to consider. Each has it’s own advantages and disadvantages, so you’ll need to consider that before deciding which option to choose.
Now look at your Responsibility and Solution column. Did you take responsibility or move the blame onto someone else? In the example above she could have said it was Jackson’s fault. If she did this her solution would have been completely different. If you want to truly affect change you need to make that change within yourself. Be sure that you take responsibility for your actions and find solutions you have control over.
You can use it to automate your tweets. Prepare your messages all at once, make about 20 of them. Load them into the ‘Tweet” submitter, and minimize the program. Now, automatically, every 40-60 minutes, depending on the setting that YOU set, your ‘tweets’ go out.
The best thing to do is setup a landing page with a simple opt-in box and give something away for free. This will bring them in and onto your list without asking them to commit to something bigger. Then, setup autoresponders that will go out automatically to the people who opt-in to upsell them on other offerings as time goes on.
When you go to a user’s home profile, you’ll now notice the new “ReTweet” setting button (seen in green) so that you can manually show or hide ReTweets from that user.
“I play in a field of giants,” he said in an interview with The New York Times, referring to such brands as Belvedere, Grey Goose and Ketel One, and “I don’t have the marketing resources and the money” to match them.