Why we tweet for requests for accountants


We have a good base of accountants across the UK but regularly seek more especially where a client has a need for a particular industry strength or software preference in a particular geographical location.

Our service has been more popular than we originally thought and it helps to save time with introducing clients to accountants who we think are suitable for them.

However, it can be difficult for us to get to speak with everyone that we wish to speak with by phone, and since we are making sales calls effectively to sell our service we also have a bit of a problem with around 35% of accountants being on the TPS.

We know that lots of people ignore TPS but we are professional and always adhere to this so this is a possible reason that we haven’t called you, just in case you are wondering.

Twitter is a great tool for us to find accountants who are interested in purchasing highly targeted leads for them on a pay-per-lead basis and we get lots of responses usually to the tweets we make canvassing certain types of accountants.

So thank you for retweeting, you really are helping us, your accountant colleagues and twitter followers, and our clients!

Please keep RT these.

Thanks and kind regards

Maxine  Twitter: @maxinemaxxy

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4 Responses so far.

  1. Toni Hunter says:

    Maxxy’s service is unique and highly recommended for practising accountants. Make sure you have befriended her!

  2. Laura says:

    Can i be added to your database?

    • admin says:

      Yes of course and thanks for making contact! As you have probably seem from this blog I am always on the lookout for fab accountants to introduce clients to and will send you an email :)

  3. las artes says:

    Despite what you may have heard, some accountants in Surrey are colourful individuals; friendly and approachable; professional and keen to help their clients make more profits and pay less tax .

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