Twitter is the second largest social network in the world, and this reality must not be neglected if you want to succeed in today’s competitive market. Twitter has over two billion hits per month, with a stay time of ten minutes per hit. 28% of Twitter visitors live in the USA.
Every social network has rules which help protect performance and avoid the indiscriminate use of the network.
Twitter is no exception. One of the rules is the so-called “2000 Rule,” which simply means you will not get more than 2.000 followers unless you create a larger network of followers.
That’s the reason why my company likes to analyze the “Twitter Network.” Many of the corporate accounts do not grow fast enough, and they stop using this “Network” as a mean of prospecting future consumers.
So, the big question is how to overcome “Rule 2000,” maintain and grow exponentially a system of prospect for the consumers.
Many businesses are turning to companies who sell them “lists” of prospective consumers.
This type of tactic is not recommended for local businesses. Many of those “purchased followers” are not interested in the local business. You may end up with a large number of followers which will never become qualified and active consumers. Another reason is that having a large number of followers whose origins are dubious may actually hurt your business image and reputation.
Our strategy is to grow your Twitter account using a Automated Prospection System for Local Small Business and Online Business.“L.B.N.” (Local Business Network).
As I shared in my previous article, “local” businesses all have the same goal: get qualified consumers from their immediate geographical area.
“L.B.N.” (Local Business Network) aims to create a collaborative approach to grow the number of prospective consumers.
Once “L.B.N.” is working towards breaking the “Rule 2000,” our administrators will immediately notify businesses that comprise the network in the area to follow the account of this new member. This will insure a smooth growth to unlimited numbers. We believe an account can grow considerably in one or two weeks.
Get Started -Jump Over the ‘2000 Twitter Rule’