Johnny Monsarrat discusses brand new technology called SmartTweets that will help users identify the right Twitter accounts to reach out to in order to effectively increase their number of followers.
If the data is out there, we can collect it
Boston, MA-NH (1888PressRelease) October 02, 2012 - Johnny Monsarrat first founded a videogames company that Warner Brothers bought for $160M. Now he claims to have solved the mystery of Twitter with a brand new technology that can get any company with something real to say to 40,000 Twitter followers in a year. And he does it all without adding on fake followers. "Growing a following on Twitter is a matter of reaching the right people," Johnny Monsarrat said. "If you look through the followers of your competitor's Twitter accounts, you will find a lot of junk. Some accounts are clearly phony, or inactive, and others are from a world away - people who would never buy your product."
So as a result, Johnny Monsarrat explained, a Twitter account with 40,000 followers might only have 2,000 real people paying attention. And even then, they may not take action when you ask them to buy or get involved. Now his second start-up company, Hard Data Factory is offering a solution. Called SmartTweets, it is a patented technology that identifies exactly the right Twitter accounts to reach out to. It goes well beyond searching for keywords and hash tags into artificial intelligence techniques combined with hard practicality. "These people will follow you because they love what you do. You aren't adding strangers and hoping for the best. We've just found you real friends."
Johnny Monsarrat's technology extends beyond Twitter as well. He also collects websites, for example generating the largest list of cosmetic laser surgeons in the world - something that's of value if you sell cosmetic lasers. "If the data is out there, we can collect it," Johnny Monsarrat said. "It's going to change the world." He is quick to point out that as well as working for cash, he can also offer firms assistance in exchange for cross-promotion. Websites and newspapers of the world, take note.
About Johnny Monsarrat
Johnny Monsarrat is an MIT alumnus best known as the founder and first CEO of Turbine, Inc., the videogames company that created Lord of the Rings Online and Dungeons and Dragons Online. He is also known for setting five world records through the Wheel Questions community art project. Using his technology, he has generated the world's largest calendar of business and high-tech networking events, and lists arts events through the most popular events blog in New England. To get a free sample of Johnny Monsarrat technology, see http://bostoneventsinsider.com/contact.html.
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