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Best Twitter tool?

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by queenofdreamers, May 3, 2009.

  1. queenofdreamers

    queenofdreamers Newbie

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    I am hearing so much about Twitter that I have decided it is time that I join in the party.

    I have played with a single account and found it too time consuming. After reading all the threads here at BHW I see that there are all kinds of programs to mass produce accounts and profiles.

    I would like to find one that can do that, and also change IPs (as this seems to be important.

    What is your favorite mass twitter tool and why?
     
  2. lattestone671

    lattestone671 Junior Member

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    http://huitter.com/mutuality/ this because it doesn't take a long time to load ur profile and it actually calculates who your following and not so it unfollows the people who don't follow u back.
     
  3. queenofdreamers

    queenofdreamers Newbie

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    Thank you,

    I looked at your tool. It is nice and offers many of the basics.

    I have seen some with auto account and profiles making abilities. I also think that the proxie abilities are nice.

    Anyone else have any experience with some of the twitter tools that are offered?
     
  4. skipp

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    i like twitter karma better... it has the same functionality with better interface
     
  5. calabama

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    LivelyBroswers TwitterFriendAdd is my favorite tool.

    The interface is minimalistic (good thing), you can throttle the resource allocation of your system based upon threads, proxy support, intuitive, reliable and offers all the functionality of products 3 times the cost.

    Also, you can purchase the bulk account creation tool from LivelyBrowser to get a complete package.

    And LivelyBroswer is a BHW member....
     
  6. koshiro

    koshiro Junior Member

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    Yeah, I second calabama's suggestion. Twitter Friend Adder is pretty damn good especially for its price. Here's the link to the thread where LivelyBrowser replies to support questions as well.

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    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/buy-sell-trade/36107-twitter-friendadder-2-1-1-get-thousands-humans-your-websites-everyday.html
     
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  7. calabama

    calabama Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Thanks for posting the link to LivelyBroswer's support thread.

    Should have thought of that myself.... Thanks koshiro!

    And -- as an aside -- you could use Twitter Hummingbird to get the same effect as LivelyBroswer. That said it cost 3x as much, does not have the same flexibility and is a resource hog due to its interface.
     
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    i thought the program had trojans? well i heard it did!
     
  10. queenofdreamers

    queenofdreamers Newbie

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    All these wonderful twitter toys. LOL. It sounds like the most automated ones seem to be Livelys TwitterFriendsFinder/Account maker and Dennyboys Mass Twitter Traffic Generator. I have been reading both the threads and both products seem very similar. Great customer support, lots of updates...all kinds of rings and bells.

    Anyone know the difference between these two products? Or are the basically the same?
     
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