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Tweet Adder - Still Viable after the taking down of TweetAttacks?

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by Beven, Jun 20, 2012.

  1. Beven

    Beven Elite Member

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    The Lawsuit against these bots is old news I know,

    But is TweetAdder going to be viable piece of software for the future or does anyone reckon this will be taken down too?

    It seems to have survived so far...
     
  2. williamk

    williamk BANNED BANNED

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    I haven't used any of those after all the tools got taken down. I am using simple web based sites for my twitter promotion and some fiverr based gigs too.
     
  3. blackouts

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    Would like to know that aswell. There site is still up and running, does anybody who has tweetadder confirm if it the software still works today (someone with a ligit version, no cracks!)
     
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    otsourcer BANNED BANNED

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    anyone can give me software with license key as free.. If work I will buy
     
  5. kittenmittens

    kittenmittens Newbie

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    I have had a legit version for about a year. I grew five different twitter accounts with it with great success. In fact, I still use it on those accounts and they're still growing.

    Recently, though, I created a new account and, although I have been using Tweet Adder non aggressively (I've been VERY nice with this accoutn), I have been suspended three times. I'm not even using all of the features offered by TweetAdder.

    I would suggest that Tweet Adder is still good for older, established accounts, but for new accounts, Twitter polices everything VERY aggressively.

    I understand that people abuse the heck out of software like this and, unfortunately, ruins it for the rest of us who use such programs responsibly.