Hey guys, I?m not new to the forum or using black hat methods but recently partly because of the help of Black Hat World?s amazing wealth of information I was able to land a solid job with a tech start-up. The problem that I?m having is that I now have to use white hat methods.. My employer doesn?t want me to use any black hat tactics and wants me to target certain groups that would be interested in our product. My question to everyone is what kind of white hat methods do you use to build up your Twitter accounts and what tools are you using? What limitations do you set on those accounts? What do you suggest? Keep in mind that if I lose this Twitter account I basically lose my job. I?m still using Tweet Attacks for building my companies Twitter account. I?m following about 40-100 people a day but never all at once. I like to split it up through out the day. I?m unfollowing 20-30 people a day before I start following. And on the weekends I don?t touch it too much. I?m also using ManageFlitter to help me unfollow the dead weight. I've also entered the accounts name into the Twellow directory with keywords. But I?m not sure how useful that?s been so far. I've linked the Facebook account page to post onto Twitter. I'll start building up lists soon and mentioning followers that have recently followed the account. The account itself has 250 Followers and I'm usually 150+ in who I follow. Once I have more followers on the account I'll change the ratio to be higher for Followers. I know SEO affects your account negatively if you have a higher Following to Follower ratio. Suggestions and tips are very much appreciated.