Are there risks involved in using these tools on Twitter?

Discussion in 'Twitter' started by Diophantus, Aug 4, 2017.

  1. Diophantus

    Diophantus Junior Member

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    I recently started a twitter account and currently growing it. It will take time but hoping it will turn out. Its so far so good, I have over 110 followers and I started a couple days ago. I'm using Crakrevenue for monetization.

    I use Hootsuite for scheduling posts, and with that I can do all my post scheduling for a month in a day or two. I'm in an adult niche and I primarily post images which lends itself nicely to this.

    However, I know many other tools are used for following and unfollowing, etc. How risky are these? I wanna be careful to walk the line so my account doesn't get banned. I figure If I grow it mostly legit, I can have something long term instead of a "churn and burn" type situation.

    What are the limits on unfollowing? How should I set that up?

    What do you do to maximize engagement?

    How about conversions? WHat kind of offers convert the best, and how do you get more people to convert? I did a few trial affiliate links just to test it out, and got about 17 clicks and 0 conversions. It was good to see that it works in the very least.

    Any information is greatly appreciated.