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Twitter Strategies: Automating Multiple Twitter Accounts

Updated on April 7, 2011

Twitter Automation Tools

Ever since Twitter has exploded in popularity, there has been a lot of hype over getting the most Twitter followers that you possibly can. There is good reason for this too because the more followers you have on Twitter, the more money you can make on twitter, the more people you can reach with your message, and ultimately you can drive more traffic to your website through Twitter. With that being said many people are trying to get more followers and save time on twitter too. Maintaining a Twitter account can be very time consuming because you have to follow back other Twitter users etc. In order to save time, many users are discovering ways of automating multiple Twitter accounts with Twitter Software like Tweet Adder.

Tweet Adder Helps You Automate Your Twitter Account

In case you haven't heard of Tweet Adder, Tweet Adder has been renowned as a powerful Twitter software with features that allow you to automate as many Twitter accounts as you want. It has been around almost as long as Twitter, and it has proven to be a great way to get more followers and save time on Twitter too. The Twitter software allows you to automatically follow people, automatically unfollow people that aren't following you back, and it will also automatically follow back people that are following you.

As if that weren't enough, you also have the ability to automate tweets, retweets and replies to other Twitter followers. One of my favorite features is the targeted search tool which allows you to find highly targeted twitter users that are extremely relevant to your niche or topic of interest. The tool allows you to type in a keyword and it will find everyone on twitter that is talking about that keyword, or using it in their tweets. Additionally, you can also search for keywords through Twitter users' biographies, this is great because you can type in a keyword such as "CEO" or other job titles and you can find people that work in the same type of industry as you. Lastly, there is also a search option that allows you to find Twitter users that live in your demographic area. All of these search tools are great for anyone because they allow you to find relevant followers, and relevant followers are the ones that are most likely to click your links and find your tweets interesting. In fact, one of the best ways to increase conversions on twitter is to find followers that are as relevant as possible.

There are tons of other powerful features that Tweet Adder has to offer, for more information on the Twitter software features be sure to go to their website which is listed below. You can also follow that link if you want to try the Tweet Adder free trial.

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      Airifin 

      3 years ago

      yes somebody is crneitag accounts under my username but changing one letter (in this case they switched the L with a capitol I for Vitale, and they are harassing my videos and my viewers. We have reported this to youtube and hopefully they can block them from crneitag other accounts. today the same person created´╗┐ a user name Laura Vatile and also managed to use my profile picture for their profile to make people think that they are me. I apologize if they have offended you!

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      Kid 

      6 years ago

      Great article. Ill have to look into that software. It sure would be nice if I really could automate my twitter accounts. I have 2

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      Stuart 

      7 years ago from Santa Barbara, CA

      Thanks for stopping by Chloe, your very welcome for the information. I first discovered Tweet Adder when I was trying to save time on twitter, and after trying it I figured it would also be helpful to other twitter users.

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      Chloe 

      7 years ago

      Good to know. Thanks for the twitter advice. I currently run 2 twitter accounts but your right, it does take a considerable amount of time to maintain 2 accounts. Especially when it comes to following and unfollowing people.

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      Chad 

      7 years ago

      Excellent advice, thank you for your advice on Twitter.

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