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How Do I Do This Twitter Thing?

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by PandoraJordan, Aug 6, 2013.

  1. PandoraJordan

    PandoraJordan Newbie

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    Hey Geniuses!

    I'm trying to do a better job of twitter but every new tool I use seems to be limited. I figured I'd ask the experts here and see if I can make some progress.

    Current setup. I have 1 main company twitter account that we post from regularly.

    What I want to do. Setup 10-20 more accounts (fake accounts) that automatically retweet the tweets from the company so that all of our company tweets get a solid number of retweets.

    Then take these other accounts and do 2 things.

    #1. Also tweet other stuff so that they don't just seem like spam accounts and get deleted immediately after I do a bunch of hard work to set them up.

    #2. Use a site like refollow (or better option?) to get real followers on those retweeting accounts to make them even more effective and actually promote our company. This is a far second in importance to me but I think it'll be easy to have one of my assistants do so I think I might as well. The automatic retweets are the main goal though.

    I've tried hootsuite and socialoomph and can't figure out how to make either of them work. I also tried grouptweet but that again isn't what we're going for. Nor is twitterfeed I don't think.

    I could just do this all with a VA but and have them manually login to each account and retweet things but I feel like that is probably a huge time suck as their must be a better way to do this right?
     
  2. redrubies

    redrubies Supreme Member

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    Just use likesasap or addmefast for retweets.
     
  3. The Mentalist

    The Mentalist Power Member

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    What's your company about? I probably have the most Twitter connections of anyone here. Give me some more details and I can likely think of something or send you to someone that will help you. PM me if you'd rather not post.
     
  4. Asif WILSON Khan

    Asif WILSON Khan Executive VIP Premium Member

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    What made you come to that conclusion?
     
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  5. The Mentalist

    The Mentalist Power Member

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    The accounts I've seen that people own here, and the most income I've seen anyone post about leads me to this. I interact regularly with 5-6 people always at the top of the Mylikes leaderboards, and have had DM conversations with at least 50 large account owners. Basically I know who's really making money from Twitter. I help some owners develop adsense galleries/sites for their accounts. Most account owners here have accounts that were built with bots. No one here really takes into effect the ideas of branding their accounts and other methods to make money. I'm currently working on a huge Twitter thread that hopefully will help a lot of people.
     
  6. Dennyy

    Dennyy Regular Member

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    So let me ask you this. Aside from following other people in a normal behavior, what else can I take measure to prevent myself from getting suspended?

    If you are as big as you say, I look forward to hearing your advice. (I'm not a novice either)
     
  7. redrubies

    redrubies Supreme Member

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    No you don't. lol Some people do not discuss income and consider it a personal matter.