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Rule Based Follower Management in ObjectiveMarketer – Direct Messages

When you have a visitor, you say “Hello” or greet them in your preferred way, language – and many times, start your conversation with something most obvious, like “We love sunny California, isn’t it brilliant in summer?”.  While, not saying anything is rude, depending upon who you are, there is a characteristic way of greeting someone.  This is just what we suggest our users to practice in Twitter, with Direct Messages sent to the followers as soon as they follow you.

Don’t get us wrong! We are not a huge fan of using DM to automate or promote. But, the use of sending your greetings and “thanks for the follow” establishes a relationship, and suggests what to look forward to in the connection.

Introducing Auto DM Greetings from ObjectiveMarketer

How cool would it be to receive a personal greeting from someone who is a local resident? With ObjectiveMarketer, you can set just that up. If the bio of a user reads a specific local (or keyword) of your interest, you could just set a message personalized for that keyword – and the message will be sent to him/her as a DM when he/she follows you.

With ObjectiveMarketer, now you can set up to 4 Auto DM (with or without bio-matching keywords) for your new followers. These messages will be rotated and be sent at a random order to the new followers.

Rule Based - Set Auto Direct Messages to your new followers

Rule Based - Set Auto Direct Messages to your new followers

With Auto Follow and Auto DM, ObjectiveMarketer gives you full control on engaging your new followers from the time they followed you on Twitter. Take it to the next level by creating interesting content strategy and sharing with your followers. You will have a party on Twitter!

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