This is my review of Alex Genadinik’s “Masterclass on How to Get Twitter Followers: Learn Twitter Marketing”. Without giving too much away, I am going to give you an overview of what it’s all about. And, of course, whether I think it’s worth the money. Hint: it is!
Before we start, here is a quick list of what is included in this course. Obviously, this is only the sections of the course. If you want to know what’s in the course itself, head over to this post, or just check on the course itself on BitDegree.
– Twitter Introduction And Basics
– Twitter Marketing
– Get the Most Retweets and Engagement
– Further Resources
One thing I like about Alex is his teaching style. He shows us the proof of his engagement, and successes (and failures), of his various tweeting efforts. It certainly makes a change from the ‘gurus’ who tell you that you can learn twitter marketing from them, but don’t actually show you proof that what they are doing actually works.
Twitter Introduction And Basics
In the second section, he goes on to talk about twitter basics. To be honest, he does kind of skim over this stuff. For example, in the “How Your Twitter Page and Account Should Look”, he tells us a few different things but does not go into too much detail.
Mind you, he may just be thinking that there is so much out there on this subject that we could just google what we need to know. Still, hardly important enough to not continue watching, so let’s move on.
I like that he talks about what you should tweet about. He makes the point that Twitter is a public platform and that what you tweet will be public. So, tweeting about your personal feelings concerting the Don, Israel or whatever religion pisses you off, is just plain dumb (my words, not his).
Personally, I have never understood why people who are trying to market a product keep posting, for example, political views. I mean, you’re going to alienate anyone who doesn’t agree with you, and they certainly won’t buy from you, so why do it?
Learn Twitter Marketing
Okay, so now we get to the filling in the proverbial and hopefully we’ll start to learn twitter marketing.
He starts with advising us to start by making sure that all our our platforms are linked together. This means making sure twitter and Facebook is connected to your blog. This is pretty obvious but it is surprising how many people don’t do this.
I don’t want to go into too much more detail about how Alex advises us to learn twitter marketing, but I will say it is well worth watching the videos. There are 11 videos in this section.
And that’s another thing I like about this course. The videos are nice and short. The longest video is only just over five minutes long, so even if you are a busy person, checking out this whole section will only take you about 30 minutes.
Get the Most Retweets and Engagement
Let’s move on to the next session where Alex talks about improving engagement with your tweets. This is good info because if you have just started up your twitter account, you need to get people reading your tweets. The thing is if you don’t have many followers, your tweets won’t be read because… well… you don’t have many followers.
He starts off with explaining hashtags and how they can help you. As I said, this is good stuff. While most people know about hashtags, they don’t necessarily know how they can affect your tweeting, Well, I didn’t realise a lot of what he said anyway.
He then moves on to other methods to help your tweets get more action. Headlines are a key point here. You want people to read your tweet and click on your link. So, you need to get them to stop and read it. The best way to do that is make sure you write engaging headlines. in the 3rd video of this section, he shows you how.
There is a lot of other good stuff in this section, of course, but I don’t want to write it all down here (for obvious reasons). If you think you have read enough, click this link to sign up for the course. If you haven’t, keep reading….
Tools Included in Learn Twitter Marketing Course
In this penultimate section, Alex shows us some of the tools he uses to improve his engagement. The first one is a paid tool (which he has a discount coupon for), which allows you to grow your twitter followers organically, i.e. not follow me and I’ll follow you back type nonsense.
The second tool helps you send out your tweets. What I particularly like about the second tool is it allows you to queue up hundreds (yes, really) of tweets that go out on a regular basis. I think you probably need to pay for this; I’m not sure about this as I am trying to finish this review so haven’t checked. You can do that yourself when you sign up.
Again, he tells us about a few more tools which he uses to help him send out tweets. One of them is a plugin to send out old posts from your blog. I have actually installed this tool, which is called Revive Old Posts, and it’s pretty cool.
One word of warning. You will need to set up APIs for twitter and Facebook. Don’t give up when you are asked to do that. It’s not a piece of cake, but you don’t need a PhD either. It will only take you 15 minutes or so, and you’ll really like it once you got it sorted.
Should You Sign Up to Learn Twitter Marketing?
Well, since the course is does not cost a fortune, the answer is yes. Short, easy-to-follow videos, lots of good advice for newbies and not-so-newbies, and lots of good ideas to get your twitter account moving in the right direction.
One complaint I have is that some of the videos cut off before Alex seems to have finished speaking, but I don’t feel I actually missed anything so that’s not a big problem really.
My only other complaint is that I am going to have to watch the course again because I wrote this review while I was watching it, so haven’t made any notes. And trust me, you will want to have a notepad and pen to remember everything Alex tells you to do.
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