Several years ago, one of the best ways to boost your viewership (via Twitter) was to use such programs as Tweet Adder or Social Oomph. However, many content sites and Twitter took action against them, deeming them "bots".
Surprisingly, I discovered, after all these years, that both sites are still operating. By any chance does anyone here use them? And if so, have they been effective?
wow those site's got really dumb names. i think if you got to use a site called social oompa to get people to read your poem's you should give up.
Oomph...not oompa. And the question posed is if anyone's using them anymore. And what does posting poems have to do with it?
I have to agree. I first thought Tweet Adder was a type of snake. It took me a long time to get that it meant something that adds Twitter tweets. The page for tweet snake says very clearly it's no longer available so I don't know why OP is asking about it.
Never heard of either. Looks like it will stay that way.
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