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How to send automatic one time direct messages (DM) to new followers on Twitter.
Before I go into how to set up an automatic DM, I’d like to share a few of my thoughts.
First, I do NOT believe in using this feature for sending people directly to sales pages, ads, videos, etc. NO ONE LIKES RECEIVING THESE! IT’S INCREDIBLY ANNOYING AND PEOPLE WILL BLOCK YOU.. INCLUDING ME. It’s called Twitter etiquette : )
Secondly, I DO believe in using this service as a time saver in order to connect further with your audience by reaching out to them through a DM, which gives an added message so you are not forgotten in the mix. It’s another chance for your audience to connect further with you.
Why Twitter? Believe it or not, your interests, desires, talents are actually important and interesting to others in the world. Twitter limits you to 140 characters to express whatever you want through what is called a ‘tweet’. So why should I use this service? Read on…
Twitter Search is a great tool to use. I use twitter search to find people talking about a certain topic at that moment in time. It’s powerful because you can get real time information instantly on a topic.
Tweet Grid is also an awesome resource as well. Tweet Grid let’s you set up multiple search topics and see who is tweeting about those specific topics in real time. I personally like to use the New Experimental Layout: 1×4 grid.
Creating a Background Image for your Twitter Profile
Another cool feature that Twitter offers is the ability for you to modify your Twitter background. For example, it allows you to incorporate your blog or website design into your Twitter background. Here are some design layout dimensions that you can work with to create a Twitter background image:
In Photoshop you want to set your dimensions as follows: