What is your Twitter handle?

I've loved being apart of this community over the past month and I've connected with some great people.

What is your Twitter handle so that I can keep up to date with what you are doing?

Mine is: twitter.com/wezpyke

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    Working on a better way to discover the world's best clothing brands...


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    Deep breath before I dive in and follow everyone...


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      Looking forward to following your progress with TallyForms!

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        Thanks Wez! What are you working on?

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          I'm working on a mentoring platform at the moment. I'm hoping to get a landing page up in the next few weeks. I would have got one up sooner but the initial MVP is targeted at large organisations and my business partner has been handling that for the time being.

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            Cool! Good luck with launching the MVP!

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      Thanks for following, I've followed you back 🙂

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    Building a ghostwriting and content consultancy in public: https://twitter.com/ElmContent

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    Mainly on trying to grow along with the ClimateTech product I am setting out to build in public :)

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    I share React Native & other frontend tips:

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    I keep various things about projects I work on + thoughts on product design, cooking, photography and other hobbies :)


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    Well, I was looking for people to follow.

    Here is mine https://twitter.com/kalesh_13

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    I'm focused on getting to 1K followers by establishing credibility with my blog + tweets.
    Thanks for making this post @wez! I'm sure others will get a lot of value out of it as well.

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    https://twitter.com/alex_b_h_, tweeting about privacy, cryptography, SaaS and financial independence. Join me!

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    Hey just threw you a follow.

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    RSS - To gain followers organically you need to tweet, and tweet consistently. TweetAdder's RSS function lets you automatically tweet new blog posts from your favorite sources throughout the day so that your feed never gets old. You can control the maximum amount of daily updates and variable timing between tweets. You can even set different hashtags to pin on, such as #marketing, so that you get the most interaction possible from each update.

    Follower Management - Automatically follow those who follow you, and stop following once you hit a certain ratio (1.2 follows to followers, for example.) You can automatically unfollow accounts who do not follow you back after a certain amount of time, and control it so that only mass-added follows made with TweetAdder are affected.

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