About tweeter adder, is it free, or do i have to pay the 55 dollars? Can i get a lot of vistors...
fro free without having to pay 55 dollars?
There are many social networking software available, if you mean "Tweet FriendAdder" ->link: http://www.appcraft.org/shop_tweet-frie … 47_45.html this tool is not free ($50) but a trialware download is available
Sadly, Tweet Adder is not free. I am not much of a twitter fan either but it is great when it comes to not having to spend a lot of time on twitter. You can simply set it and forget it and let it do the work for you. The $55 is well worth the investment in the long run.
Sorry it took me awhile to answer your question, and thank you for your comment Eddy2106
P.S. - I also wrote a hub on how to get a discount on tweet adder though - Search for Tweet Adder discount on hubpages and you will see instructions for a discount that can save you up to $37... I used the discount and I saved 20%.
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