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vh625PAn (10/09/2013 5:53:55)
I was glad to find this post, because I was on the fence about whtheer or not to finally set up an automatic DM. I already tweet with links to my blog posts, so once someone is following me, they can find me that way.I agree, DMs can be overdone.Thanks for the tips!and find me on twitter at evelynbrooks if you want tips on stress relief http://yoeyhbhpy.com [url=http://ixyshyi.com]ixyshyi[/url] [link=http://uyefsobu.com]uyefsobu[/link]
p4m1nElhS4ib (09/09/2013 16:30:01)
Thanks for the post and comments. I just got savvy with Twitter and reecived 8 DM's right away. Boy was I saddened that they were all generic and definitely automated. Per a friend's advice, I have an email filter & folder dedicated to receive my follow notifications, and then once a day I open a separate browser window to send the thank you tweets based on the new emails. http://vfcbvehgqe.com [url=http://zqlmmar.com]zqlmmar[/url] [link=http://tfclbsphc.com]tfclbsphc[/link]
DLkMwXHe1kw (09/09/2013 16:24:32)
I'm actually cotnampleting of doing some DMs for our recent followers and after reading this, I finally decided not to anymore. I remember some twitter users I followed before sending me messages that has given me excitement to open. After a while, I realized it's just an automated message which I find a bit off. So why should I do the same thing? I'm glad that I read your post and validated my thoughts about DMs. Kudos! http://rvfccnbrbx.com [url=http://bbwjvg.com]bbwjvg[/url] [link=http://uoeyvxunbci.com]uoeyvxunbci[/link]
BwE72IlaF9 (09/09/2013 4:27:44)
Guy.Nice post and well-argued. I'm not sure I like the YouTube example<a href="http://qmfvlu.com"> oiutsde</a> of the harmless arena of YouTube, though. I has a little bit of unethical in it (Imagine telling someone you're selling them a hamburger but them not finding out until they bite into it that it's actually ground dog meat. They wouldn't have tried it if you'd told them that before time but, hey, they liked it so what's the harm?).Otherwise, thanks for providing the other side.
TeY96RLbPM (08/09/2013 18:47:02)
Sorry James but i am not agree with what you are saying, I think when you flolow someone and if you are a real twitter user, you analyze your interest with the person profile you are flolowing. And if you think that the person can be good for you, you obviously flolow him and want to receive messages, tweets and other thing that actually benefits you. So there is no harm in sending direct message but you should change it after regular interval. http://qhclbrdboh.com [url=http://fmbzej.com]fmbzej[/url] [link=http://ainbawonncf.com]ainbawonncf[/link]
vSlnmWFcN0J (08/09/2013 10:51:39)
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sdpuYfP7mi (08/09/2013 1:56:16)
I just found out that tweetlater has <a href="http://yyygqtkh.com">becmoe</a> socialoomph and the automatic DM for new followers costs $3.97 a month!I think the automated response is a nice way to close the time zone gap for people like me since most of my followers are in the US. I usually just say Grazie! to new followers and don't offer any kind of linkage nor do I necessarily follow them back. Sometimes I lose followers this way, but that means they weren't interested in my tweets anyway, but were just looking for a follow-back.
9DoX8mZzf3 (07/09/2013 0:31:59)
From my side,A tool is just a tool, worth or not is depend on the user it self.If the auto DM just for siayng hello to appreciate their action to following us, I think it's not a problems since, with our tight schedule, we don't have much time to get in touch with everyone who following us.and it's will wasted our time if the followers are comes from something like an auto follower engine.So, it's all depend on us.Anyway, thanks for the post and I appreciate it, and give me another point of view.Thanks and Good Luck,May all the best comes from every directions
XEgtYI6Xn (06/09/2013 6:51:52)
I have a different view. I don't mind DMs as long as it's senhtoimg relevant and engages with me. DMs that only thank me or tell me to click on a link or check them out on Facebook get deleted pronto. I respond to the DMs that seek to connect with me.As for automated DMs I'm a busy business owner and choose to use socialoomph to leverage my time. You will get an automated DM from me when you follow me on Twitter and it includes an engaging question which many new followers answer. And yes, I then respond to those answers and seek to build the relationship.Scott D http://vlyayl.com [url=http://lbvgwm.com]lbvgwm[/url] [link=http://auoxinqkhn.com]auoxinqkhn[/link]
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Like many here, I was searching for a tool to send <a href="http://kizorqwg.com">auotamted</a> DM to thank my new followers, when I stumbled upon this post and had a second thought.But then, upon re-looking at my second thought, I have received DM thanking me for following and offering me to get in touch in case I would need any relevant help. And to be honest, I kinda liked it. There were no links of course, but coming to think of it, I wouldn't mind getting one as well, as long at its relevant. Which I guess is linked to reason why you've actually followed that account.So, I guess the crux of the whole DM issue at hand revolves around the factor of relevance. Not quite sure about following my followers though.