This is a little directory of Twitter apps and tools that will help you on your journey. The third-party Twitter ecosystem has been booming in the last two years, which is great for us Twitter users. Writing and managing tweets Twitter's own apps are great for creating and writing tweets
Once you've started creating content on Twitter, you should start to track your content and follower growth. These two elements will show you how your Twitter account is performing. By following your tweet metrics, you'll start to see trends about which content does well, when is best to post and
As mentioned in the Introduction, you need to ask yourself what you want a larger Twitter following to do for you in return. What is the North Star that you are going after? If you don’t have a good reason, then growing your Twitter account is not a good
You bought this guide because you want to grow on Twitter. “Growth” on Twitter can mean a few things: * gaining more followers * building a community around a certain topic * creating a peer group * improving your skills * improving your portfolio People use Twitter for a range of different reasons. But to
As a developer who wants to get a bigger Twitter audience, your content will be what attracts new followers and keeps followers around. (By the way, if you’re not a developer, you can take this section and apply it to your own industry. The core concepts are the same.
In this section I will run through some Twitter knowledge I’ve gathered over the years. Some of it will be stuff you may already know, but some of it will not. I call this section “Understanding Twitter” because you need to know this stuff before you go out and
Welcome to Twitter Growth for Developers! I'm Dan, a developer and designer, who's been on Twitter since 2006 (hence the two-letter username, @dr 😄) Twitter is easily my most favourite social media platform. Partly because of its simplicity and concise nature, but mostly because it has the power to level up