Let me add my welcome to you, as well, Daniel. Hope you enjoy yourself here. There are some fine folks from all over the country that hang out around this place.
I agree, you have already received excellent advice in the previous posts. The point made about not over-calling to birds on the roost should be emphasized.
There are some general strategies already outlined that can be effective, but remember the point about each gobbler you encounter being unique in his "personality" and that each encounter with a gobbler almost always presents a specific set of circumstances and conditions that will influence the outcome. A key ingredient to a successful hunt is learning how to figure out a gobblers personality and those circumstances that exist without making the turkeys involved suspicious and/or running them off.
Sometimes gobblers are easy to figure out, and sometimes they are impossible. Over the years, each of us will run into our share of both.
One other key component I have found over the years is finding the "sound" that gobblers are wanting to hear. One thing I have seen over my years of gobbler chasing is the "phenomenon" of gobblers being very receptive to a certain tone, volume, and sometimes quantity, of the turkey calling they hear. What do I mean by that? Well, basically, I mean that, for some reason, if you can find just the right pitch and rasp in your calling, and figure out how much calling the birds like and how loud those calls should be, that will often turn the trick with a gobbler.
Not only that, but that successful combination with one gobbler will often be what a lot more of the gobblers in a particular area are looking for, as well. If you find something that works, stick with it. It will often work again,...and again.
An interesting thing about finding the "sound" is that it is sometimes has nothing to do with making quality, or classic, turkey noises. Sometimes it does, but not necessarily. I can't tell you how many times I have seen one hunter have consistent success calling in gobblers while others in his hunting group were struggling with calling in birds, even when that hunter was not necessarily considered to be a great turkey caller....by human standards. Keep experimenting with your calling until you find what the gobblers are lookng for.