This is Part 7 of my blog series featuring Hubspot’s AWESOME eBook “Using Twitter for Business: An Introductory Guide” http://bit.ly/HubSpotTwitter4Business #Twitter 4 #Business bit.ly/Search4People @Hubspot @EricaBiz @Twellow “HOW TO” Search For People On Twitter (NEW POST) — Keith Keller(@KeithKeller) March 21, 2012 Building your network is the most challenging and time-consuming part of using Twitter. Expanding your network doesn‘t happen immediately, you need to commit the time to use Twitter effectively. By following people, you will be able to view their updates in your Twitter stream. This is your chance to learn more about them: their lives, the blog posts they are reading, the types of links they like to share, the people with whom they interact. Following a decently sized and interesting community can be valuable and fun. Where can you find people you would like to follow? 1. Use Twitter’s “Who to Follow” Feature Twitter offers its own “Who to Follow” tool, which you can access by clicking the link in your Twitter toolbar. Choose a few of Twitter‘s highlighted topics or search using your own keywords to find and start following interesting people relevant to your business and industry. 2. Tweet Grader (http://tweet.grader.com) This is a free resource offered by HubSpot. You can use it to discover the ?Twitter Elite? for your city or search for people with interesting information in their profile. For example, find people who list ?software development,? a specific company, or a location in their Twitter profile. 3. Twitter Search (http://search.twitter.com) This free resource is a search function that helps you find people who are tweeting about...
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