Have you ever asked should I follow people on twitter who follow me? It’s a question that I have been asked quite a bit lately? People will follow you for several reasons on twitter. The first reason is because they know you and want to keep up with what you are doing.
The second reason, is that they are associated with someone that you know.
The third reason is because you work in a similar industry and they want to connect or learn from you.
The fourth reason is that they have used an auto follow program and are just trying to gain as many followers as possible.
There are many people that join twitter and don’t realize that someone is following them and they have not reciprocated and followed them back.
If you don’t follow them back, there are some people that will think you do not want to be bothered and eventually unfollow you.
To follow or not follow someone is totally up to you. But do keep in mind, that there are many people out there that want to connect with you, but don’t want to broadcast their conversation to the world.
They are limited when you don’t follow them back. They cannot send you a private message or the word twitter users is they can not send you a direct message. If you want to connect with the people you are following, don’t forget to check and see if you are following them.
If this post was helpful or not, please leave a comment and I will work on bringing you more info in regards to using twitter.
Rachale Kelley teaches moms who desire to be home & present with their children, how to face her fears & develop skills and strategies that will help her quit her job, conquer overwhelm, believe in herself and find her voice so that she can experience true freedom in her life. She has been married for 25 years. Has 3 children, the youngest diagnosed with Down Syndrome.
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