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Getting more Twitter followers: Five do's and don'ts

Kristin Burnham, CIO | April 25, 2011
Here are tips from author Don Zarrella on what people look for in a Twitter profile before following someone and how you can increase the chances they follow you back.


5. Don’t be a Debbie Downer

Not everyone has a good day every day, but resist the urge to vent your frustrations on Twitter, Zarrella says. Try to keep negative sentiments such as sadness, aggression and morbidity to a minimum.

“Nobody likes to follow a Debbie Downer, and accounts with lots of followers don’t tend to make many negative remarks,” Zarrella says. “If you want more followers, cheer up.”


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