My Clients – Part 1 – Twitter Followers

Writing more about my Clients will serve its own purpose, instead of going on writing about my Services. You will read the story of my Career in this series. I am going to write about the wonderful people that I worked with as well as working with, all these years. I thank them for having given me an opportunity to provide my service to them and thereby, helping me to learn new things.

Let me start with my Client Patrick Schwerdtfeger. He is an author and an international speaker. I started working with him since 2009.  He was a well known Speaker on “Social Media Marketing” to the small business people in Bay Area. He has a meetup group, to which he keep giving tips and ideas on Social Media Marketing Strategies. This meetup group is  one of the 50 largest entrepreneur groups in the US.

It gives me a wonderful feeling to think about the way we started working together to build his career. The first job that was assigned to me, was to build his Twitter followers. The first step was to find out the potential followers by using the keywords that would fit into his profession and then follow them.  Here are few of the keywords that we used, to find out the people to follow: real estate, finance, agent,financial, invest,stock, market, insurance etc.

Patrick wanted to follow only people who are certain to follow him back. Take a look at the followers of Patrick Schwerdtfeger. And if you want to know how exactly we did it, then you need to read more by clicking here.

If you think that I can help you in increasing your Twitter followers, then please do write to me.

Wishing you all the best from my helpdesk

Reliable virtual assistant from India.

Our Workplace

Our Services

Our Client – Patrick, Social Media Marketing

Our Client – Aditya, The Upcoming Scientist 

Our Client – Mark Peysha, Director of the Tony Robbins Films

Our Client – Brian K. Gillman, Entrepreneur

Our Client – Tobias Wegenast, Experiential Leadership Development

Our Client – Karen Waksman, Retail Marketing

Our Client – Sarah Tolson, Certified Financial Planner

Our Client – Mike Mastracci, attorney and counselor at law

Our Client – Jennifer Fink, a Certified Professional Photographer

Our Client – Amy Alvis, Attorney 

Our Client – Kim McAtee, Realtor

Our Client – Sean Coleman, entrepreneur, engineer, and social hacker

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My Tweets

Building/ Adding New Twitter Followers

Patrick wrote to me, why he wanted to follow those who are certain to follow him back. And I quote ,” You will find that the heavy users are more likely to follow as many people as are following them.  That’s how they got to be so big. ”

As I mentioned in my earlier blog I was instructed to find out the potential followers from Twellow.com, using those appropriate keywords and follow only those persons, who has 80% of following/followers ratio. Which means they are the regular users of Twitter and they do follow whoever follows them.  But Twitter don’t allow users to keep following people on the go.

After the first 2000, you can only follow 10% more than the number of your followers.  So you can follow up to 3,300 when you have 3,000 followers – as an example.

To keep up the good work of building Twitter followers, the balancing act of bulk unfollow had to be done to maintain 10% of following/followers ratio. This is one way we followed to start building the followers in Twitter.

The other ways that could be followed to increase the number of followers in Twitter are by

1. Tweeting more about yourself, real time

2. Tweeting about your profession

3. Tweeting about other great people from your profession

4. Tweeting about the current trends in your profession

5. Tweeting about the #Social Media

6. Tweeting #quotes by famous people

There are more ways that can be followed to get found and followed by the Tweeple. And we , myself and Patrick, followed those ways, too, to build his followers in his Twitter account. I am going to write more about the other ways to build your Twitter followers in my next post.

If you think that I can help you in increasing your Twitter followers, then please do write to me.

Wishing you all the best from my helpdesk

Reliable virtual assistant from India.

Our Workplace

Our Services

Our Client – Patrick, Social Media Marketing

Our Client – Aditya, The Upcoming Scientist 

Our Client – Mark Peysha, Director of the Tony Robbins Films

Our Client – Brian K. Gillman, Entrepreneur

Our Client – Tobias Wegenast, Experiential Leadership Development

Our Client – Karen Waksman, Retail Marketing

Our Client – Sarah Tolson, Certified Financial Planner

Our Client – Mike Mastracci, attorney and counselor at law

Our Client – Jennifer Fink, a Certified Professional Photographer

Our Client – Amy Alvis, Attorney 

Our Client – Kim McAtee, Realtor

Our Client – Sean Coleman, entrepreneur, engineer, and social hacker

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My Tweets

Video Submissions

Why would some one want to post/submit their videos on internet?

Personal videos are uploaded and shared, so that the relatives and friends, who missed a party / celebration/ festival, could watch them and enjoy the moments.

A professional video that gives information about a product or about a service is submitted to various sites so that it reaches a wider audience. Video Submission/ Video Marketing to different social networking sites, also helps for the Search Engine Optimization.

Video Submissions to Social Media Websites:

When a video is posted on youtube, for instance, then this can be shared to other social networking websites too.

How do you “Share” a video from Youtube to other Social Media Websites?

After uploading your video in youtube, click on the “Share” button below your video. You will get the link to that video. Copy and paste the link in any of your friends’ Wall in Facebook or in any of their Social Networking profiles.  This link can also be embedded in any html code, if you are going to use this video on any webpage.

There is an option to get either the “long link”  or the “short link” by clicking on “show options” . The “short link” will help you in sharing the video to “Twitter” , because the character limit in Twitter is just 140.

The “Facebook” and “Twitter” buttons are already displayed there, so that you can just click on them to share the video to your Facebook and Twitter accounts. When you click on the “show more” link, you will get the list of other Social Media Websites for you to share the video. The video can be sent by email too, to your subscribers of your newsletters.

If you have just started your Business and are ready with your presentations that should be submitted on all the Video Submission sites, then you can count on me.

If you want to post a video that announce your new product launch or any new event that would invite people to join, then I can help you with your Video Submissions to the Social Networking Sites.

Would you like to hire me? Then please write to me.

A reliable Virtual Assistant from India.

My Workplace
My Services
My Client – Patrick, The Great Speaker
My Client – Aditya, The Upcoming Scientist
My Client – Mark Peysha, Director of the Tony Robbins Films
My Client – Brian K. Gillman, Entrepreneur
My Client – Tobias Wegenast, Experiential Leadership Development
My Client – Karen Waksman, The Great Speaker
My Client – Sarah Tolson, Certified Financial Planner
My Client – Mike Mastracci, attorney and counselor at law
My Client – Jennifer Fink, a Certified Professional Photographer
My Client – Amy Alvis,estate planning
My Client – Kim McAtee, Realtor
My Client – Sean Coleman, entrepreneur, engineer, and social hacker
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My Tweets

Virtual Assistant

Welcome to bloominfotech

I have always enjoyed my clients’ presence around me, irrespective of the recession.

And I am sure, every one of us, The VAs, would love that. I love working with my Clients, even during their tough times. There has always been a co-ordinated effort to meet the targets fixed by my clients.

It is very important to keep our Clients reminded them of our Services. Sending mails to them regularly enquiring about their achievements and updating them with the latest news about our work, always help us, the Virtual Assistants. Make it a point to keep a Mailing List of your existing as well as your future Clients. Writing to them regularly, will make them to get back to you whenever they are in need of any help or assitance.

If you are yet to have a proper Mailing List, then do it NOW. The recession is going to get over and things are looking up. We are going to get more Clients, hence more work. So make it QUICK.

The Market Place hasn’t gone down. So keep yourself updated. When you need my help in creating a Mailing List,do write to me. I shall be glad to help you. I shall do the Internet Research for you to prepare the Mailing List.

Wishing you all the best from my helpdesk

A reliable virtual assistant from India.

My Workplace
My Services
My Client – Patrick, The Great Speaker
My Client – Aditya, The Upcoming Scientist
My Client – Mark Peysha, Director of the Tony Robbins Films
My Client – Brian K. Gillman, Entrepreneur
My Client – Tobias Wegenast, Experiential Leadership Development
My Client – Karen Waksman, The Great Speaker
My Client – Sarah Tolson, Certified Financial Planner
My Client – Mike Mastracci, attorney and counselor at law
My Client – Jennifer Fink, a Certified Professional Photographer
My Client – Amy Alvis,estate planning
My Client – Kim McAtee, Realtor
My Client – Sean Coleman, entrepreneur, engineer, and social hacker
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My Tweets

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