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I was referred to a site called Tweeter Getter owned by Garry McCaffrey. Gary has come up with an innovative way to get many followers for you on Twitter.
Twitter for those who do not know can create avalanches of visitors to your page or site.
This is a free system Tweeter
If your into Twitter or want to get involved then this one might be for you. My tip is to place your tweeter referral url on your profile pages.
I wouldn't touch this with a barge pole if you want any sort of selectivity or targetting in the people who follow you.
IMHO, use of automated applications like this just clog up any system on which they are used.
I think you are better off just going out there and following people and in return people will follow you. It has been working for me.
Your marketing site is quite interesting http://twitter.com/theonlykings
I found the traditional way was soooo slow thats why I like these api's to help things along. You reach a far wider audience.
Well 375 following and 37 followers...isnt really a ratio most of us would strive for LOL
There is a valid argument to be made that untargetted followers like the kind that tweepme will lead to
may not be very useful for conversion and traffic generation (Just like any untargeted marketing effort) but apparently neither will randomly following hundreds of people!
i decided to give it a shot since my promotions are so eclectic, i probably have a little something for everyone
feel free to follow me /sunforged perhaps I will reciprocate
Thanks for the info Terry. You always have such good advice and I like following your thoughts on things like this! I haven't been on twitter very long. I am at that stage at seriously looking at article submission software. We could be the best writers in the world but if we don't know how to market our work then we are just depending on the lucky break of being "discovered" here in cyberworld. Or doing an awful lot of submitting to social bookmarking sites. Sigh....
Lol, that's hilarious!
Lol...and he has a lot more followers than I do
That is pretty funny, I think the DarthVadar one is amusing too...
For those that are seriously interested in getting a huge following for one reason or the other you may also like this site.
Mashable just posted a 1,382 per cent increase in year over year http://mashable.com/2009/03/16/twitter- … -facebook/ for Twitter.
Now I wouldn't mind a few of my own websites doing that.
There is no denying, no matter how you do it, Twitter is the next major social networking site and has something for everybody.
Tweepme has been suspended by Twitter:
http://businessontwitter.co.uk/twitter/ … -too-soon/
I'm far from a Twitter expert, haven't studied much of how to make it useful yet, but how could it possibly be valuable for people to be followed by over 1000 people who also followed 1000 people? Would anyone's message actually get noticed? I just can't see the value in this.
I still believe that the best way to make social marketing work is to naturally be beneficial to the community. Automation like this is not being a part of a community.
Well basically the more following you the more chance they will have of seeing your Fat Loss tips. I have been fotunate enough to be followed by some of the biggest marketing names around and often pick up on their free offers or beta testing of their products.
I see it as a win win. If you followed me and I followed you, I would see your tweets on my update page. Then I can go to your url and check it out. There is a lot of noise there but you can easily go through looking for your favorite followers to see what their up to.
Tweepme is still working to by the way. I believe the api works independent of Twitter.
I signed up to Twitter about a year ago and still not using it. I guess I shall have to put sometime in learning how to use it.
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