How to Gain 10 New Twitter Followers a Day in 10 Seconds

This is Week 7 in the 10 Growth Experiments in 10 Weeks series. We’re running 10 experiments to see which  growth strategies are the most promising for Kiip’s business model and current state. Signup to get each week’s update delivered via email!

The goal of these Twitter experiments is to grow a follower base. Admittedly, some of the methods are shady, but you never know until you try! I tested three different experiments:

1. Buying 1,000 followers for $5 on Fiverr

2. Favoriting a few tweets in specific categories with Followr

3. Mass favoriting tweets in one specific category with iMacros for Chrome

Below I’ll walk you through setting up the experiments and the results of each.

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How a Puzzle App Got to the Top of “Strategy” Searches on Google Play.

App store optimization is an easy way to increase visibility of your app. Even one small name change or keyword addition can help improve your app’s listing to the top of search result.

We thought we’d give MobileDevHQ a try to see if it could help boost our app, 7×7, to the top of Google Play. The results were mystifying.

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Has anyone had success with Promoted Twitter Lead Cards?

This is Week 5 in the 10 Growth Experiments in 10 Weeks series. We’re running 10 experiments to see which  growth strategies are the most promising for Kiip’s business model and current state. Signup to get each week’s update delivered via email!

Planet Twitter Cards

Over two months of Promoted Twitter Lead Card campaigns, we spent $1,053.48 on 5612 clicks, which generated 28 leads for a cost per lead of $37.62. The majority of leads were personal email accounts, and none converted into paying customers. Even though we may have been reaching the correct business leads, capturing personal email addresses is inefficient. I’m genuinely asking this question – who has had success with Promoted Twitter cards, and how did you do it? Below I’ve outlined our approach, please let us know what improvements we can make!

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