According to Computerworld Magazine, Twitter has over 75 million users. Unfortunately, a lot of those Twitter users like to send SPAM. And a lot of this Spam finds its way into our Twitter Direct Message Inbox. If you follow this Simple 7 step Twitter Marketing Automation Technique, you will know how to:
Delete all Direct Messages in your Twitter Account
Tools Needed to Accomplish this Task
- Log in to your Social Oomph Account
- Click the DM Message Link on the Left Navigation Bar
- Select the Purge DM Inbox
- Select the Twitter Account you want to work with
- Select which Option you want
- All DMs
- DMs older than 7 days
- DMs older than 30 days
- Click the Purge Button
- You’re Done
Social Oomph will not only empty your Direct Message Inbox for you, but it will also send you an email once the task has been completed. If you use Twitter in the right way, you can build relationships with people all over the world and have a lot of fun at the same time. This simple Twitter marketing automation technique takes less than 2 minutes to complete.
I used to read the Direct Messages in my Twitter Inbox, but now that I have over 20,000 Twitter followers, I don’t have the time nor the patience to dredge through the massive amount of SPAM that finds its way into my Twitter Inbox.
A few weeks ago, I came across a Twitter Marketing Automation tool that let’s me proactively engage a targeted group of Twitter users. Twithawk let’s you define a search and presents you with a list of Tweets (based on a keyword or a longtail phrase) so you can prepare a script (a targeted pre-written Tweet) that Twithawk will send on your behalf. (I’ll show you how to do this in a future video)
The Twithawk Twitter Marketing Automation Tool makes it easy to engage Tweeple in a non-invasive way. If you add value and wordsmith your script, your open rate will be many times that of using the Twitter direct message approach and you won’t be viewed as a Spammer but you will find that you’re building your Twitter followers of like minded people who are active in the same niche you are. This will help you grow your social network and build a profitable online business.
Twitter had 400,000 tweets posted per quarter in 2007. This grew to 100 million tweets posted per quarter in 2008. By the end of 2009, 2 billion tweets per quarter were being posted. By March 2010, Twitter had over 70,000 registered applications. By February of 2010, Twitter users were sending 50 million tweets per day. In the first quarter of 2010, 4 billion tweets were posted. As of June 2010, about 65 million tweets are posted each day, equaling about 750 tweets sent each second, according to Twitter. Source: Wikipedia