How To Create A Private List On Twitter To Prospect Clients

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If you’re using Twitter but you’re not using the power of a private prospect list, you’re not using your Twitter effectively!

While Twitter is fun, wouldn’t it make more sense to use Twitter to get more clients?  I mean, isn’t that a more effective use of your time on this social media network?

In the video below, I am going to show you how you can leverage Twitter to engage your ideal clients and become top-of-mind when they need to hire or refer out a virtual assistant.   So, watch the video to the very end and leave your questions and comments below!

I love hearing from you and can’t wait to hear your feedback!

Rock on,

Reese

21 Responses to How To Create A Private List On Twitter To Prospect Clients

  1. MDburgos says:

    Resse, you are gift from the heavens. I have been struggling to get my consulting off the ground, and your e-mails are helping to see where the gaps are. They’re also helping with a start-up I’m also working on. I just recommended this site to a friend who immediately signed up for your e-mails, too. Thanks so much for the great help!

  2. […] There’s a great video on Reese Ben-yaacov’s site on how to create a private list on twitter click here […]

  3. […] So go and find your ideal clients and start talking TO them, not at them. If you want to learn how I prospect my ideal clients on Twitter check out my quick how-to video here. […]

  4. […] So go and find your ideal clients and start talking TO them, not at them. If you want to learn how I prospect my ideal clients on Twitter check out my quick how-to video here. […]

  5. Thank Reese! What a great idea!

  6. April VanDyke says:

    Hi Reese,
    Thank you very much for all your great blogs. I have been researching being a VA for about a year and am now in business. These blogs are very educational.
    Thanks again,
    April

  7. Linda says:

    Hi Reese – great post as usual! I’m going to make my list right now.

    Thank you so much!

  8. Sandy Hearn says:

    Hi Reese, great post – one question did come to mind – if the list is set up as ‘private’ does it send a message to the person telling them that you have added them to your ‘private list i.e. Prospect list’? I know that when you add someone to a ‘public list’ it does let them know that you have done this.

    Your clarification would be helpful.

    As yet I have not created a ‘private list’ purely for this reason but if by doing so it gives me the ability to watch and as you say engage with potential prospects without them knowing my intention that would be great.

    Thanks so much.

    sandy

    • Reese says:

      Hi Sandy! As long as the list has been set up as private, Twitter accounts will not be notified that they have been put on a private list so start prospects clients right now on Twitter! Let me know how it goes.

  9. Hi Reese! Thanks to you, I finally know at least one thing I can proactively do on twitter to prospect versus just posting and tweeting with no clear direction.

    • Reese says:

      Twitter is so much more fun when you can actually make money from it. I have no doubt Twitter will become a way for you to get new clients, Geniece. XOXO

  10. Patrick says:

    Thanks for this video. That is a great use of private twitter lists!

  11. Great information! I did not know Twitter had this capability. I will look at Twitter differently now, not just as something fun to do, but an actual tool to gain clients! Thanks!

    • Reese says:

      Glad I was able to teach you something new, Joan! Thank you for your comment and for being a part of my community!

  12. Michael T. Burgjam says:

    Hi Reese,

    Thanks for the presentation. It was simply practical and helpful…

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