How to steal your competitors followers?
Your competitors have been working hard on building their target audience. Their audiences
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Follow the following steps to steal your competitor’s followers.
First, the scraping part:
2. Google search for your client search. My example was: growth hacking agency,
3. Once you see all the results in google: you click on the extension icon in the top bar
4. Now, you will scrape the URL in an excel sheet. You pick the get search
The social media extractor part:
You have many ways to extract their social links. You can do it manually, open every page and copy paste every link or automate this process. To automate it, you can either code the scraper and run it from your machine. It’s nice but then you have to be a developer. If you don’t code: I do recommend this
The stealing the followers part:
To increase your brand awareness among your competitor’s followers: You must do a lot of actions automatically. Here are some examples of actions to automate:
- For businesses who sell to businesses, I suggest you focus on Twitter and Linkedin.
Twitter: Follow/unfollow their followers … Like and retweet their followers. Comment and message the most popular ones.
Linkedin: Connect with their followers and use Linked helper extension to send a message to all new connection.
- For businesses who sell directly to people, you could focus on Instragram.
Instagram: Follow their followers … unfollow them after few days, Like last posts from their followers, comment, message them, watch their followers stories, etc.
All the possible action can be automated using Jarvee.
This tool is only available on Window and has thousands of tutorials to show you how it works. It quite complex to understand it at first and it takes time to set up but it worth it.
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