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Tweet Attacks, Tweet Adder, or Tweet Whistle?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by EloquentGentleman, Sep 11, 2010.

  1. EloquentGentleman

    EloquentGentleman Registered Member

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    Hey guys I was just wondering which twitter following software you think is the best between tweet attacks, tweet adder, and tweet whistle?
     
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    Whatever you are considering getting, make sure it is still completely functional after the oAuthaclopyse that Twitter unleashed on 1 Sept.

    Just goog "oauth and twitter" if that doesn't make sense.

    To best of my knowledge, tweet attacks is still functional post-oAuth. Not sure about the other two you mention. And attacks has a lot feedback in its BST thread - kind of like ScrapeBox, seems to have really caught on with the kids these days.
     
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    Tweet Adder 3 (updated primarily for the oAuthaclypse) works very well and would be my choice any day of the week.
     
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    Yeah I like Tweet Adder as well but its expensive if you have a lot of twitter accounts. Tweet Whistle has the same features as Tweet Adder (in regards to searching for targeted followers) and is much less expensive (don't know about oAuth update though), but I do hear alot about Tweet attacks, which I don't think I have thoroughly used, but when I did use it I didn't remember it having things like "search by words in a person's bio or tweets".
     
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    Tweet attacks is great if your going to do a lot of @ messaging

    When it comes to follow/unfollow its pretty basic.

    Must have if you're @ messaging though I must say.
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