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Some Questions About Twitter Accounts

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by Rabbitman111, Dec 3, 2013.

  1. Rabbitman111

    Rabbitman111 Regular Member

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    Hello! I have a few questions about automating Twitter accounts that I hope you guys can answer. I'm completely new to Twitter so please excuse my lack of knowledge :)

    1. I plan on making 50 Twitter accounts, all with the same niche: funny... Whether it be a text post or a funny picture. What is the best way to go about this? Is there anything free that will allow me to create this many accounts that supports private proxies?

    2. Due to the fact that I will be making 50 accounts, I will need Private Proxies. Should I get completely private or shared (with 3) ones? Where is the cheapest seller to get them?

    3. In addition, how many accounts per Private Proxy should I use? I've heard 5 max, is this true? I can deal with buying 10 haha...

    4. I plan on using Twidium Inviter, as it is the cheapest bot that supports private proxies and lots of accounts. Is there any upside to spending $255 more on TweetDemon?

    5. Are there any free or cheap services that allow the scheduled postings of tweets? I would try to post 5 per day per account, and that would take a very long time manually, especially switching proxies every 5 minutes.

    6. I plan to send traffic to my YouTube channel once my Twitter accounts gain a larger following. I create funny vlogs, so I think having a niche of posting anything funny would fit in nicely. I hope that a lot of the followers on my Twitter accounts also subscribe, and watch my videos which would result in gaining money back. Pretty much, I'm asking if you think that this idea will work out well or not. Do you think people will end up subscribing? The only reason I'm doing all this Twitter stuff is in hopes that it could make my channel big.

    Thank you so much, I really hope some people reply as I desperately need help. Thank you!
     
  2. The Mentalist

    The Mentalist Power Member

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    You won't get anywhere in the humor niche, it's terribly oversaturated. You can try but good luck. I'd just get Buffer to schedule that many tweets from that many accounts. You'll also need to post way more than 5 tweets a day per account to go anywhere.

    You aren't going to gain many subscribers from Twitter, most Twitter users are mobile, meaning they see your video through Twitter's in app browser, where they aren't logged into to Youtube. Facebook is a better bet to try to get subs.
     
  3. Rabbitman111

    Rabbitman111 Regular Member

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    Thank you for the reply! So you think a Facebook page(s) would be better for YouTube subscribers? I really just want to make my channel bigger, and since the new G+ comments were implemented I am desperate for any sort of method to get me subs.

    Still looking for more opinions though! :)