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Does Autoblog > Twitter tweets, work well?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by muchacho, Dec 28, 2010.

  1. muchacho

    muchacho Supreme Member

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    I've not yet tried this, so hoping to hear from some of you guys who have tried it.

    I know how you can REtweet twitter users who have tweeted about their blog. Whilst this is you tweeting news, people know it's not originally from you and just helping the other person in their promotion.

    But has anybody tried an autoblog which pretty much runs itself, and then use something such as Tweet Adder, to randomly and automatically tweet once the autoblog has updated?

    So you're running a blog on auto + twitter account(s) also on auto. This means uptodate news and people visiting a blog (and your website) which they think is your own work.
     
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  2. babarali124

    babarali124 Regular Member

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    No it does not work.. i have tried it alot of times ... you wont even get a single click on your ads even u generate 1k traffic from twitter ... more over i dont think so twitter gets u targeted traffic ... or maybe it it depends upon ur followers ...
     
  3. muchacho

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    The aim wouldn't be to get them to click my ads, if you're referring to affiliates/adsense.

    It would be to simply get traffic to my autoblog which will be part of my main website. My twitter followers are pretty targeted as I've found them through tweet searches (using Tweet Adder).
     
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    Please stop promoting your 'Traffick-Buster' - it's a royal pain in the backside when people spam the forum.