How To Use Twitter To Generate 75 Leads In 2 Minutes

April 9, 2009

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past few months, you’ve probably heard of a little social media phenomenon called Twitter.

Twitter is quickly becoming the most popular social networking site in existence… With over 6 million users and counting, including numerous celebrities and even President Obama…

Twitter is undoubtedly THE HOT PLACE TO BE online.

You can get ‘real time’ data on literally ANYTHING happening in our world today and interact with millions of people LIVE.

I first heard about Twitter months back, but I didn’t jump on the bandwagon right away… I guess I just didn’t see how utterly powerful this site really is until very recently.

But now, Twitter is top of my social media priority list simple smile How To Use Twitter To Generate 75 Leads In 2 Minutes

Check out my newly renovated Twitter page:

So recently, a friend and colleague of mine was able to generate over 75 leads for his business just by sending out 1 tweet to his list of over 15,000 dedicated followers.

Do you really grasp how insane that is?!

75 leads in less than 2 minutes for FREE. It would cost you over $375 to get the same amount of leads with Google Adwords… and it would take much much longer.

Check out his Twitter page here:

If you’re looking to create some serious wealth online and build your own list of dedicated followers, Twitter is a

So here’s a Step by Step Guide to True and Utter Twitter Domination:


1. Go to to create an account if you haven’t already done so. Be creative with your bio and make sure to include your website link (A blog link is preferred).

2. Set up a professional Twitter background with free tools like or

3. Go to to set up a free account with this awesome Twitter tool. This will allow you to send automated welcome messages to new followers and create settings that will automatically follow those who follow you or ‘unfollow’ those who do not follow you.

4. Go to to purchase the Twitter Friend Adder for $50. This is optional, but highly recommended. You can automatically add Twitter friends with this simple and easy tool. If you’re on a budget, just add friends manually by finding others in your same niche.

5. Here are some great tools to use to help you find other like-minded people to network with:

6. You can manually unfollow those who don’t follow you with this free tool: (If you buy the Twitter Friend Adder, this feature is included).

7. Find good content to share with others. Do not spam your link… Twitter success is dependent on your ability to share valuable content and information with your network. Share anything:


8. You can share your own videos, quotes, or blog posts or re-syndicate content that you like from other people. and are great places to find good content.

9. It’s not enough to just add new friends, you must actually INTERACT with them. Use the ‘direct message’ and @reply features to interact personally with your new friends.

10. Here are some other great Twitter tools:



So there you have it! This is a brief step by step guide to Twitter success. There are many other Twitter tools out there you can use, but this list is what I consider to be of ‘Twittermost’ importance!

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Michelle April 16, 2009 at 10:49 pm

Like you, i’ve also heard about Twitter months ago but didn’t want to get into yet again another social networking site. Thanks again for the Twitter tips — haven’t gotten around to delving into twitter but will resort back to those links you’ve mentioned. It’s always a good thing to connect with like-minded people.




Melissa April 19, 2009 at 9:18 am

Hello Katie, I love your blog! The work you have done is great and it only shows how great leader you are. Every bit of your blog says you are a leader. So congratulations on all your work. I will be following you on twitter.

Also, I wanted to ask if you could tell me where I can find the widgets you have on your sidebar, at least the one to contact you on twitter, facebook, youtube and digg.

Thank you for your hard work. 😉 Impressive blog!


George Prince April 21, 2009 at 1:10 am

Hello, great blog you have here. I just wanted to thank you Katie for all that you have done and illustrated concerning Twitter. I am relativily new to twitter, yet in the space of a few short weeks I have already implimented all the above suggestions. As you will also see I have a full fledge blog going as well. The above address will lead you straight to it. This is my custom twitter page:
Feel free to visit it and I would appreciate any and all commnents and or improvements. I’m not selling anything, just using twitter for the original purpose it was recreated for, getting to know people and that is how I met Jonothan Budd and you of course. Good luck and enjoy, I look forward to speakin with you..


Katie Freiling April 22, 2009 at 10:35 pm

Hey Melissa, I used the Fresh News theme with Woo Themes… And then I had a programmer add the social media badges, so I’m not sure which plugin he used :) I love your blog! You and I seem to be on the same page! Looking forward to getting to know you better…


kaysweetuan April 29, 2009 at 11:43 am

Hi Katie, thank you for your generous spirit.I’ve often wondered how anyone can spend hours and hours online. Now I know. Bless you!



Steven Gehrke May 8, 2009 at 7:44 pm

Hi Katie
Great post. I use all those tools.
BTY I think I’m in love with you!


gerald ralston May 21, 2009 at 6:34 am

I have seen your name many times over the past year, but i have to say that i have never been so impressed in the fantastic delivery you have . I am new , only just getting into the business but i have a desire like you to help many people.
I am a singer and songwriter and guitar player.
I just purchased nichesoializer and have constructed my new web2,o platform called it will be a place like facebook or myspace to teach new writers the best way to market their songs . Would love you to join it and give me your feedback. i’m also on twitter , gerrygeetoday08
thanks for everything


Kathleen Sweeney May 29, 2009 at 4:48 am

Hi Katie,
I am really impressed by you. Your videos make it all seem so easy. I go to do the things you say and I get lost. I marvel and go back to your video and try again. I thought I was a fast learner but I am finding out I have blind spots. It’s all good!
I love your attitude and totally agree with the ideals of this sort of marketing. So much better for all concerned. Changing the way the world does business. Keep up the great work!!

Kathleen Sweeney

ps why won’t my link “feed”? I’m missing something…


Wayne Parks Sr June 4, 2009 at 7:32 pm

Hi Katie,
Here is a great tool for following and unfollowing that works great.
I use the Free side and it works great.
This is not an affiliate program.
Just a useful tool if you are watching your budget.
Another great feature is Smart Tweets
Here is the link:
I make no moey off this, I just like the tool.


Tracey Walker June 8, 2009 at 3:38 pm

Katie, I love the synopsis of getting started, successfully, with Twitter. The thing I loved most about this post was where you said adding friends is not enough, you must interact with your new friends.

Great post!


jonathan July 1, 2009 at 9:46 am

I was just going through the latest twitters and found your remark. I surely can use the spinal excercises. I will add them to my Tao excercises, which are also great. Thanks for publishing the note.


Deb July 28, 2009 at 5:37 am

GREAT info you have here for new Twitter users. I’ve been on Ttwitter for a while but really enjoying using it now that I use TweetDeck. TD makes it so much easier to follow and reply and keep up with conversations.


Alexdan July 29, 2009 at 4:00 pm

killer post, u just helped me big time. thanks


Ryan Yokome September 21, 2009 at 8:49 pm


Great stuff again, found a couple sites in there that will help me out. Much love 😉

.-= Ryan Yokome´s last blog ..Visualize With Emotion To Attract Opportunity =-.


Carina September 24, 2009 at 10:59 am

Hi Katie:

This is an awesome post, really useful if you want to jump into twitter, which has become one of the hottest strategies available. Thanks, Carina


Aldus October 8, 2009 at 2:47 pm

Hi Katie,

This a great post. I really appreciate all information and how you break down :)

Thank You!!!!
.-= Aldus´s last blog ..Ping! Exclamation Point! =-.


October 10, 2009 at 7:44 pm

Hya Katie;
Its been great to send others here to your site! Your delivery is fantastic, and me and my tribe all think your pretty cool….

Thankyou once again…..


Amanda October 14, 2009 at 1:57 pm

Hey Katie!
Thank you for outlining these Twitter tools and techniques! Thanks to pretty much this exact formula I get consistent visits to my blog from Twitter!

I know that as my account and content continue to build, my friendly followers will become direct leads.

I love being able to share all of my tribe’s great content on Twitter as well!

Look forward to more great content from you!

.-= Amanda´s last blog ..SuperQuick Tip Of The Week – Take Action! =-.


friend adder October 26, 2009 at 5:39 am

I really liked your posting about this, and I’ve seen a few more like it recently – the best part about yours is, it’s very informative and useful and full of good information without a bunch of usless rants and BS!

I’ll be sure to give this URL to some friends

Thanks Again


Kimberly Castleberry January 16, 2010 at 4:28 am

Those are some solid twitter tips!

I recently traded in for which allows me starts tracking, a limited scheduled tweet feature, runs in a browser and uses less PC resources. I miss the little shorten this post button, but that’s really about it!

I agree with the other poster that recommended, although I like it so well I became an affiliate. It handles all my auto follow-backs, all my auto-unfollow-thoses-that-dont-follow-me, tweet scheduling although not as comprehensive as soocialoomph/tweetlater, mimic following, to follower specific friends, keyword follow, follow scheduiling, yada yada! I’m sure you get the drift. Now that soocialoomph relies on to talk to twitter, its really a paid service for scheduling, and while tweetspinner isnt as comprehensive, its also about half the cost. Useful for those like me on a budget!

Thanks Katie!
.-= Kimberly Castleberry´s last blog ..Getting Windows Movie Maker to Import Kodak Zi8 mov Video Files =-.


tweetadder coupon code March 8, 2010 at 3:56 am

To bring in more followers on twitter, you must have fresh content such as helpful tips, and tweets videos and other items of interest to your followers. By giving updated posts, you will have more people willing to take a look at your tweets. If you don’t update and have new content, you have the risk of getting unfollowed 


Shannon Tecson March 11, 2010 at 9:49 pm

Very cool…I realize I have ALOT to learn!! Oh my gosh, social media appears like a 24 hour passion, but I think I seen one of your other post, how just a couple of hours a day investment of time, I can begin the learning process. Whew!
.-= Shannon Tecson´s last blog ..A Lesson Taken From The Movie "Alive" =-.


Alisher Koshekov March 21, 2010 at 7:26 am

Great tips!!!
.-= Alisher Koshekov´s last blog ..??? ????????? ??????? ? ????? ?????????? ? ?????????! (??? ???????) =-.


tweet adder review April 2, 2010 at 2:03 pm

If you think you would like to use Twitter as a marketing source you should do it, but you definitely should do it the proper way, following all the rules. Twitter is without a doubt one of the greatest social media website today for internet marketing.


Marcelo Rincan May 7, 2010 at 4:09 pm

Cheers for posting this up. Could prove to be useful in the near future!


Francesco June 1, 2010 at 2:46 am

I’m loving Twitter. I personally prefer to do everything manually. I love to interact.
I’ve discovered Twitter thanks to you so…Thank you Katie!!!
You Rock!
.-= Francesco´s last blog ..What would you do if Today was your Last Day? =-.


Michael Stead July 23, 2010 at 1:27 pm

Hey Katie,

These are seriously some AMAZING tips and you honestly give away the farm on how to properly use twitter on this one post alone. Thanks so much for sharing these strategies as they are desperately needed nowadays due to the amount of spammers that are still out there.

Have a wonderful day :)

See you at the top,
Michael Stead
.-= Michael Stead´s last blog ..Share Your Story =-.


Daniel Stone August 1, 2010 at 7:50 am

Two amazing Twitter tools that are FREE are which basically allows you to find and follow lists at a rapid pace etc. and which allows you to unfollow and follow back at a faster than usual pace etc. I also use Tweet Adder for some automation though. Thanks for the tips Katie and great blog :)
Daniel Stone


Joe Shaw September 28, 2010 at 12:27 pm

Great post. I bet it takes me a few days to put this into practice. One of the things I love about your blog is how you are hitting so many different topics. It’s easy to let it all kind of overload you… but thanks to being a part of the unified tribe, I have those core videos that help me keep on task focusing on one piece at a time.

Thanks so much for everything!
Joe Shaw
Joe Shaw´s last blog post ..Simple Systems Help Families Businesses Make Money


Ronnie Form January 14, 2011 at 9:36 am

good stuff. Do you have an RSS feed? And also will it be cool if I added in your feed to a site of mine? I have a blog which draws content from RSS feeds via a number of websites and I’d like to add yours, the majority of folks do not mind considering I link back and everything but I like to get authorization first. Anyway let me know if you could, thanks.


Giles Wells October 6, 2011 at 2:02 pm

Thanks you so much Katie. I was looking for ways to use Twitter for my business. I knew that Twitter was really more that it seems even for a experience internet marketer so I am very grateful.

Great Post Katie!


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