I’ve recently been introduced to a new service called TwitterHawk, which aims to help you create more leads, gain followers, drive more traffic to your site and help make you more money — all while using Twitter. The free service gives you credits to start, and then you purchase more as needed for 5 cents each.
What TwitterHawk does is allow you to set up searches based on your niche or keyword to find other users who are talking about a certain subject. For example, if I’m launching a new book about painting, I could set up a search like: “painting near:Toronto within:5mi.” This would find Twitter users talking about painting within 5 miles of my target city; in this case, Toronto. I can then set up a pre-set response to tweet out automatically to these users with a link to my book. Or I can adjust my settings to have the tweet sit in standby mode before being sent out, so I can manually approve it to make sure it pertains to the tweet and wasn’t taken out of context.
The current cost-per-click (CPC) on the links being generated via TweetHawk is around 2 cents, which is lower than any other PPC advertising platform out there.
Take a look at how you would start a new campaign:
If you get stuck along the way, consult the site’s FAQ page. It took me a couple minutes to completely grasp what TwitterHawk was at first, but now that I’m familiar with it, this is an awesome way to generate new leads, followers, commissions, contacts, etc.
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