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Unread 5th November 2009, 10:32 AM   #1
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Hi, everyone. Have any of you tried the Tweet Tank? If so, how about sharing your experiences with it? Did it work for you? If yes, about how long did you have to work at it before you started seeing the real cash roll in? And would you know of any special tricks to make it work even better? I'd be most grateful if you could share your experiences and maybe give some tips, thanks.

I got the Tweet Tank early last month and followed the 8 videos as closely as I could. So far I've only made US$73/-, all of it in only one day... And it seems most of the people you follow are very slow to follow you back (I've only got close to 1200 followers so far)...
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Unread 5th November 2009, 10:14 PM   #2
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Hi, everyone. Have any of you tried the Tweet Tank? If so, how about sharing your experiences with it? Did it work for you? If yes, about how long did you have to work at it before you started seeing the real cash roll in? And would you know of any special tricks to make it work even better? I'd be most grateful if you could share your experiences and maybe give some tips, thanks.

I got the Tweet Tank early last month and followed the 8 videos as closely as I could. So far I've only made US$73/-, all of it in only one day... And it seems most of the people you follow are very slow to follow you back (I've only got close to 1200 followers so far)...
The Tweet Tank is a newly released strategy to create income online by using the social marketing traffic from Twitter. It does the following thins.

1. Automatically add people (followers) to your Twitter account

2. Automatically add content to your Twitter account

3. How to become an affiliate marketer

4. How to identify product

5. Maintain your Twitter account in accordance with Twitter preferences and standard.

6. Discover you do not have to have a web page to generate sales.

7. Not pay anyone one more nickel to set up an authomatic system to make money.
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Unread 6th November 2009, 01:09 AM   #3
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This product seemed like a good idea and I got it at a good price but I haven't made a penny from implementing it. Got some educational value from it though so can't complain
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Unread 8th November 2009, 06:36 PM   #4
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To cconlan: perhaps you haven't worked at it long enough?

And that's basically what I want to know: whether anyone here has (1) worked on this system for say a few months and eventually seen real results, or (2) worked on it for months and found nothing, or (3) as per (2), but tried some 'tricks' and hey, the results came in. In other words, your experiences with this system.

But I guess no one here has tried it... (Besides cconlan...)
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Unread 15th November 2009, 09:14 AM   #5
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Hi, everyone. Have any of you tried the Tweet Tank? If so, how about sharing your experiences with it? Did it work for you? If yes, about how long did you have to work at it before you started seeing the real cash roll in? And would you know of any special tricks to make it work even better? I'd be most grateful if you could share your experiences and maybe give some tips, thanks.

I got the Tweet Tank early last month and followed the 8 videos as closely as I could. So far I've only made US$73/-, all of it in only one day... And it seems most of the people you follow are very slow to follow you back (I've only got close to 1200 followers so far)...
Hi KT. I bought The Tweet Tank in August or September 09. Too busy to look at it for a while. Then I stole the time and went precisely through all the steps in all the videos. All fine. Set up accounts and API keys at Google Trends, Twitter Feed, Karma, etc. Then I downloaded the autofollowerscript and for days I could not get it to open. Chap called Rick at the support side was stumped. Finally I fixed it by accident through setting IE to Default. (Microsoft has a way of screwing things up horribly.)

In one week it took my main Twit account from 380 followers to 1600. And I used it cautiously. About a week later I couldn't open the autofollowerscript any more, tried everything and anything. Useless. Uninstalled, deleted, re-downloaded, over and over. No joy.

Then one day I discovered that the Web platform for this had changed completely from the one I knew at the beginning. I remain foxed and flummoxed. No autofollowerscript. No more replies from Support. Worst of all, I had been promoting this with my affiliate link, and making sales. It seemed popular. But! My hoplink included the name twittertan. I have noticed new long links (from other people) that look completely different - a completely different format from my original one.

What has happened? Did the product change ownership? Have you or anyone else experienced the changes that I describe here? I am uneasy about the thing, and darned angry about no more support, and the affiliate mystery.

Delighted you brought up this topic, KT. Thanks.

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Unread 16th November 2009, 07:38 AM   #6
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Hi,
I have bought the Tweet Tank at the begging of October, implemented everything from the videos, and until now I didn't earn a penny from it.
yes, I do have 2000 twitter followers, but what's the deal with them ?
Nobody bought The Twitter tank from my link, the idea is not that bad, but I think I will go to clickbank for a refund.
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Hi KT. I bought The Tweet Tank in August or September 09. Too busy to look at it for a while. Then I stole the time and went precisely through all the steps in all the videos. All fine. Set up accounts and API keys at Google Trends, Twitter Feed, Karma, etc. Then I downloaded the autofollowerscript and for days I could not get it to open. Chap called Rick at the support side was stumped. Finally I fixed it by accident through setting IE to Default. (Microsoft has a way of screwing things up horribly.)

In one week it took my main Twit account from 380 followers to 1600. And I used it cautiously. About a week later I couldn't open the autofollowerscript any more, tried everything and anything. Useless. Uninstalled, deleted, re-downloaded, over and over. No joy.

Then one day I discovered that the Web platform for this had changed completely from the one I knew at the beginning. I remain foxed and flummoxed. No autofollowerscript. No more replies from Support. Worst of all, I had been promoting this with my affiliate link, and making sales. It seemed popular. But! My hoplink included the name twittertan. I have noticed new long links (from other people) that look completely different - a completely different format from my original one.

What has happened? Did the product change ownership? Have you or anyone else experienced the changes that I describe here? I am uneasy about the thing, and darned angry about no more support, and the affiliate mystery.

Delighted you brought up this topic, KT. Thanks.
Essentially the same thing happened to me. I was pissed off, so I wrote support a letter and they provided me with a download, to the "new software." They could no longer securely host unlimited accounts and came up with a better way. Now you can host unlimited accounts on your own hardware. I'm slowly getting leads, as I host multiple accounts at home. You'll need to download the software on your computer and keep your machine on 24/7 per day. It works, however you must be tactful and have hundreds of useful entertaining tweets. I have over 4,000 friends. It takes skillful marketing tact, but it does eventually work.
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Unread 25th October 2010, 10:02 AM   #8
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I got the first version that doesn't work anymore. My e-mails to support have never been answered. They were supposed to update my old one but even after clicking the link I never got it and no answers to emails. I have given up on Twitter.
I had over 2000 subscribers in 1 acct built with TweeTank and I complained someone was hacking it and leaving msgs that werren't mine. So Twitter suspended MY acct.
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Unread 26th November 2010, 08:12 AM   #9
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I got the first version that doesn't work anymore. My e-mails to support have never been answered. They were supposed to update my old one but even after clicking the link I never got it and no answers to emails. I have given up on Twitter.
I had over 2000 subscribers in 1 acct built with TweeTank and I complained someone was hacking it and leaving msgs that werren't mine. So Twitter suspended MY acct.

Same thing with me happy to take the "onetime" payment no replies and no upgrade, but they are still advertising. So you know what my advice would be !!!!!!
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Unread 30th January 2011, 05:11 AM   #10
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Tweet Tank seems to have stopped working today. Is it something Twitter did?

I've been using it for several accounts and I have to say it works a treat. I've built 2000 followers in each account without every having to log on to Twitter.

Fix it please!

By the way - The one I use is actually called Tweetsbot, but I think its just a white label of the same Tweets Tank, which also goes under several other names.
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How does it compare to these tools?

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Unread 13th September 2011, 01:13 PM   #12
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Just bought TTank and have only been using it for a few days. It's got pros and cons like every other piece of software. I'm running version 9.1 which is a standalone piece of software that you install on your computer. So far, it seems to be doing a good job of finding and following users based on keywords that I specify.

I played with the Clickbank feature just for grins and found from the CB analytics that I had gotten 221 clicks on the hoplinks in a 2 day period. No sales but it was enough to satisfy me that the tweets were going out and that people were clicking on the links.

Although the program can manage multiple Twitter accounts, it requires that you have multiple instances of the program running at the same time - one instance to handle the automation for each Twitter account.

Since it's currently selling at a 50% discount ($39.95), I don't have many complaints -- except for the very limited documentation and help screens. You get a couple of videos to help you set up the software but there's no User Manual that I know of. You're therefore left to kind of wander along on your own.

I also downloaded and tried the demo version of TweetAdder 3. It's got a really slick interface. In contrast to TweetTank, this program handles the automation for multiple Twitter accounts with only one instance of the program - however, you do have to purchase a "registration" for each Twitter account. There also seems to be ample documentation including a PDF User Manual. The only downsize? No Clickbank integration.

Although TweetTank is clunky by comparison to TweetAdder, the Clickbank integration makes it a natural first choice for anyone hoping to make some affiliate sales on Twitter. On the other hand, if you're using Twitter strictly for communication, then TweetAdder might be a better choice.

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what the different between this one and Alan Mass twitter bomb software?
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I have the Tweetank and I think it's useful for keeping tweets updated and such. I don't make money from it that I'm aware of, but it does keep my FB updated, current and such. I have gotten all the updates for free and they do respond to my emails.

I don't have a ton of followers because I likely don't utilize all the features, I'm sure. But it does work and my purpose is to keep people informed of things I am doing and have for sale. I use it to remind my FB people that I'm a regular person, which helps for my purposes.

So for that, it's good.
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I bought it and didn't do anything with it and have recently
been trying to find out how to use it.

I see no videos instructions or user manual or link to support.

I've tried emailing multiple times, but nothing.

After reading this thread, I've decided to call it a loss.

I"m uninstalling it as soon as I post this. Not only will it give
me some hard drive space, but it will be a good exercise
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