Twitter automation: Boon or bane?
I just wrote a hub on Twitter automation - http://hubpages.com/hub/Twitter-Success-On-Autopilot and wanted a quick poll on how successful your Twitter automation efforts have been?
Although you can automate your postings in twitter to update your other social networks, the disadvantage is that this does not support back links that will benefit you with the search engines. If you purpose is to boost search engine rankings to your website or blog, your postings should be manual so that your links are present. You can learn more about using social networks for viral marketing at http://www.webpuzzlemaster.com/viral-ma … rvices.php
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