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retweet.it - has anyone tried it?

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by tomlondon, Mar 29, 2011.

  1. tomlondon

    tomlondon Junior Member

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    I have just came across this site and I wonder if anyone has any experience with it - you can retweet other people tweets and get credits you can then use to get your tweets retweeted. Does it have any major SEO benefit to have your tweets retweeted?
     
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    onlinesurf Registered Member

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    some time ago I tweeted something from that site and got credit but did'n use that credit yet.:)
     
  3. eloquenceeee

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    It won't help your SEO really, but it is useful for spreading the word about your website or product.
     
  4. losille

    losille Junior Member

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    I have been using it for a while. I have three Twitter accounts.
    The way I use it is to collect points until I have an important post I want to draw attention to. Then I use 20 or 30 a day for a couple of days.
    If you ask for too many retweets it kinda waters it down. If you only tweet a few it does better. You have to find the right mix for your website.
    You have to read some of the retweets. There are things I wouldn't recommend normally and I skip them.
    One of my accounts was suspended for a while. I was tweeting too many links so now I put one non-linked tweet for every 3 retweets.
    Oddly I actually came up with a way to get people to my website. When I ran out of things to tweet I tweeted some post titles with "Read more on My Website Name". with no .com or link. lol The posts increased in traffic.
     
  5. Burn Notice

    Burn Notice Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    This is EXACTLY why it's good to do your own thing. You just never, ever know what might work in your situation.

    Bravo to you!