Do Any Warriors Use Tweet Adder and is it worth it?

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Hi Warriors,
I was recently introduced to Tweet Adder, as a way to exponentially grow your twitter following, and targeting people by location, keyword, and other things like that. I just downloaded the trial, which allows you to get 250 targeted followers. Figured there is nothing to lose. I was wondering if other warriors have had success with this, and if hey have been able to build a good list from it. My goal is to use this to find a lot of local businesses who use twitter, but don't have a personalized background. That is my way to get in the door and offer other offline services. Tweet Adder looks cool, but I'm interested in feedback from others who use it or have used it. Thanks!
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  • Its been good, I can find a TON of local users and target them by keyword. I can see the power in this, and how you could build a HUGE twitter following. The trial looks good so far, this is my first day using it. The only thing I don't like is that you actually have to download it to your computer. Aside from that, it has a bunch of cool functions. It lets you send users a DM right after they start following you, to thank them, and of course send them a link to your site. Apparently this is the "secret" way that big "guru's" build a twitter following. So I'm giving it a shot! The price to keep this going for 1 profile is $55 and for unlimited ones it's $188, looking to see if this is a good investment or not. It looks like if you use a lot of accounts you have to use proxies and all these other complicated things. I just want to keep it simple, and build a big list fast.
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    • Profile picture of the author Dan Hower
      Originally Posted by unlimitedmarketing View Post

      It looks like if you use a lot of accounts you have to use proxies and all these other complicated things. I just want to keep it simple, and build a big list fast.
      Yes Tweetadder says you should use proxies for multiple Twitter accounts. Private Proxies which can get quite expensive if you set up a lot of Twitter IDs.

      Proxies to hide the fact that you run multiple Twitter accounts from the same IP.

      Twitter themselves, however, doesn't seem to have a problem with multiple accounts. They just don't want them to overlap, whatever that means.

      Also there are agencies that run Twitter campaigns for third parties, and that would not be possible if you could not run many accounts from one computer.

      I forgot to say that I am running 37 Twitter accounts with Tweetadder and there are no problems at all. Working very well.

      A few of those accounts are my own, the other ones are for other people that pay me a small amount, so they don't forget to tweet and can concentrate on their core business.

      To set up Tweetadder for so many accounts takes quite a lot of time, also the proper preparation of the tweets.

      I have checked with Twitter and what I do - tweeting for others - is not considered spam, and they do not have a problem that I get paid for it.
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  • Profile picture of the author powerofschool
    Hi ,
    It is some what good tool to get targeted followers by using cool features in it.

    And the price is little more, but it is worth if you utilize all the features in it.
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  • I thought more warriors would know about this and use it often. I will post an update when my trial is over to let you guys know how it went. I'm surprised not that many warriors had much to say about it. . .
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  • Profile picture of the author EllesBelles
    That "DM with a link" thing has been done to death.

    I don't check my DMs anymore because every "thanks" has a hidden motive, and most of the time, if I notice I've got one from someone I unfollow them.

    I'll happily click on links when people Tweet them, if I'm interested, but I don't want to feel like I'm just being put through a process. Even if I am!

    Something to keep in mind, perhaps. I might just be a random weirdo
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  • Profile picture of the author monitizer
    Hi,

    My friend bought the unlimited license a few days back, but she was quite unsatisfied with the performance due to a lot of actors, following are few of these

    1. There is no option to add bulk twitter user accounts
    2. There is no option to set properties for multiple account at the same time
    3. There no option to set default follow list so that we need not to put it in again and again
    4. Window size has issues, software is a bit bulky, need to be more easier and user friendly
    5. There is no option to import twitter users
    6. There no option to randomize proxies automatically

    It is a good software, but still needs a lot of improvement and as there are lifetime updates available you can buy it, i can give you my referral link and discount coupon if you want.

    Hope this helps.

    Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author matts5150
    From what I can tell this is the next best option to tweet attacks, not perfect but pretty good, wish it had the tweet scraper. Anybody have a 40% off coupon code, looking to buy immediately.
    Thanks
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    • Profile picture of the author monitizer
      Originally Posted by matts5150 View Post

      From what I can tell this is the next best option to tweet attacks, not perfect but pretty good, wish it had the tweet scraper. Anybody have a 40% off coupon code, looking to buy immediately.
      Thanks
      Hey Matts,

      Tweet Attacks is no more, they don't sell their software any more, you can check out their site.

      Thanks
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      • Profile picture of the author PintOGuinness
        I have several members who are using TweetAdder. The key to their success has been to be hyper-targeted when looking for people who are interested in the same things they are.

        I use Twitter as a communication tool with people I know. I probably should try to find more people to follow me, but just can't get myself to put in the time.

        I definitely don't want to go out following people just so I can get them to follow me. Maybe I'm just a curmudgeon when it comes to Twitter.
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      • Profile picture of the author matts5150
        Yeah I know I went to buy it last week and no longer on sale. Tweet Adder is the next best alternative I have found.

        Originally Posted by monitizer View Post

        Hey Matts,

        Tweet Attacks is no more, they don't sell their software any more, you can check out their site.

        Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author mosthost
    You can get plenty of followers just by Tweeting.
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  • Profile picture of the author TonyBabb
    I used it awhile back and was happy with it. I have the 1 profile. I was using it to build a list of people interested in Internet Marketing. I built a fairly good list and did market some products to it. I did get sales, but didn't track if they were from twitter or some of my other efforts. There were many features of it I didn't try.

    Now that I have read this topic, I think I will fire it back up and start using it
    next week.
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  • Cool, thanks for the insight everyone. I have concluded that I will continue to do it the hard way and just use hootsuite. My only big thing is that it always says "via hootsuite" versus Tweet Adder says "via web." Anyways, I'm just going to keep it how it has been, I was considering offering a service to my offline customers, where I can grow their twitter following, but I've decided to focus on what I am already doing and not lose focus. I'm just not sure of the ROI of twitter for local businesses, may give it a shot down the road.
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  • Profile picture of the author IMHunter
    TweetAdder is a good software. It is good for finding targeted people.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tadresources
    Tweet Adder is an awesome tool IMO. I know a lot of other Warriors probably said the same thing but I had to get my two cents out because I am an enthusiastic fan of Tweet adder.
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  • Profile picture of the author StuW
    I've got it and use it daily, readily building followers for my site, company I work for uses it too and it's excellent.
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  • Profile picture of the author xdrange
    I am also interested in buying tweetadder. Is there a similar software for facebook? Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author tpw
    TweetAttacks, TweetBuddy, TweetAdder and others are being sued by Twitter, Inc. for spam activities.

    The court document is referred to in this thread:
    http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...-spammers.html
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    • Profile picture of the author xdrange
      Originally Posted by tpw View Post

      TweetAttacks, TweetBuddy, TweetAdder and others are being sued by Twitter, Inc. for spam activities.

      Would you suggest us staying away from these services if we wanted to "play safe"?
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      • Profile picture of the author ShayB
        Originally Posted by xdrange View Post

        Would you suggest us staying away from these services if we wanted to "play safe"?
        ....you're asking about whether or not you should stay away from companies involved in lawsuits for violating Twitter's TOS? Seriously? :confused:
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      • Profile picture of the author Fallen_Angel
        Originally Posted by xdrange View Post

        Would you suggest us staying away from these services if we wanted to "play safe"?
        It seems they are trying shut down the suppliers of the software at moment.
        The statements indicate the users were duped by clever copy and misleading claims by the software makers. Its a sad day for imers.
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        • Profile picture of the author tpw
          Originally Posted by Fallen_Angel View Post

          Its a sad day for imers.

          It may be a sad day for Twitter spammers, but it is certainly not a sad day for Internet Marketing.

          I don't know if you realize this or not, but it is possible to make money online, without violating anyone's TOS to get the job done.
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          • Profile picture of the author Joseph Robinson
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            Originally Posted by tpw View Post

            It may be a sad day for Twitter spammers, but it is certainly not a sad day for Internet Marketing.

            I don't know if you realize this or not, but it is possible to make money online, without violating anyone's TOS to get the job done.
            I call shenanigans. You have to break the rules to make money online. It's all about the tricksies! :rolleyes:

            Oh, another thread where this has been discussed to death:

            Tweet Attacks RIP Gone Forever!!! See Scanned Sue Document Here
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    • Profile picture of the author Fallen_Angel
      Originally Posted by tpw View Post

      TweetAttacks, TweetBuddy, TweetAdder and others are being sued by Twitter, Inc. for spam activities.

      The court document is referred to in this thread:
      http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...-spammers.html

      Thanks for this very interesting
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    • Profile picture of the author marketinguk
      Originally Posted by tpw View Post

      It may be a sad day for Twitter spammers, but it is certainly not a sad day for Internet Marketing.

      I don't know if you realize this or not, but it is possible to make money online, without violating anyone's TOS to get the job done.
      Originally Posted by tpw View Post

      TweetAttacks, TweetBuddy, TweetAdder and others are being sued by Twitter, Inc. for spam activities.

      The court document is referred to in this thread:
      http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...-spammers.html
      I find it amazing that few people on this thread apart from Bill seem to either know about this, or if they do they still want to spam twitter and the internet as a whole.
      This is indeed great news for ethical marketers that these kinds of spamming tools are getting closed down. Guys, please try and build a proper business that you can develop long term. I assure you you're better off networking and creating business partners/relationships then you are looking to see how you can make a quick buck.
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  • Profile picture of the author carlajoyce
    I purchased TweetAdder a few days ago and all i can say is "Excellent" - i love this software and if you use it with conservative settings i cannot see how you would get banned. After looking at my random account activity for the past couple of days on Twitter it looks very natural and i have gained 15 new followers in just a day and a half - love it.

    Best advice for using this software is to use it with a combination of live tweets and automate a very natural part of follow and unfollow, plus a few RSS links every day and then it can become a valuable part of your IM aresnal.

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  • Profile picture of the author SocialMediaOwls
    Really sad piece of software....only use it due to TA being taken offline. Constantly crashes and I have installed on 3 different boxes. Sad.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mark72
    Been using TweetAdder for about a year now and make consistent money on a daily basis because of it.

    The important thing is not to follow too aggressively and don't spam.
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      I love that line "The important thing is not to follow too aggressively and don't spam". How is using this kind of software not spam in it's truest form. If i use it carefully and only spam at certain times in the day and in a certain way etc. then it's all fine.
      No it certainly isn't okay, and you shouldn't be boasting about making money from such methods on this forum to negatively influence others.
      Oh by the way, as the owner is presently in a law suit i wouldn't be so confident that TweetAdder will be around much longer and that income stream may dry up overnight. Then you may have to try and build a business, now that will be tough.
      This post won't be popular with some, but i'm trying to stop others falling into this trap, and the comment above certainly doesn't help.
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      Originally Posted by Mark72 View Post

      Been using TweetAdder for about a year now and make consistent money on a daily basis because of it.

      The important thing is not to follow too aggressively and don't spam.
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  • Profile picture of the author HorseStall
    I use it, it is very good. I'm able to manage a number of accounts, though it needs to be restarted every couple of weeks. Its still better than anything else I've tried.
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  • Profile picture of the author Spin17
    I use Twitter Adder. I like this software. I target people and follow them. Really good software.
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  • Profile picture of the author murraygray
    hey -

    i've found that TA works well, adds lots each day.

    but in my experience, i've found that TA-built lists typically have near zero ROI where hand-built lists of quality people are actually worth something in the long term.

    m.
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    I have found new tool.Its working well.
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  • Profile picture of the author sdentrepreneur
    I love TweetAdder, have unlimited version. We add about 1,000+ zip code and keyword targeted Twitter followers to our clients accounts each month. We also use the unfollow and automated @ reply function.
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    • Profile picture of the author Dan Hower
      As I said above I several twitter accounts
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      • Profile picture of the author jacko623
        Hey guys,

        It's my understanding that Tweet Adder (and others) have been sued by Twitter and shut down. The programs are no longer working.

        I actually searched for this topic so that I can ask if there are any comparable products that haven't been shut down or have since sprung up.

        Any ideas?
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        • Profile picture of the author Dan Hower
          Originally Posted by jacko623 View Post

          Hey guys,

          It's my understanding that Tweet Adder (and others) have been sued by Twitter and shut down. The programs are no longer working.

          I actually searched for this topic so that I can ask if there are any comparable products that haven't been shut down or have since sprung up.

          Any ideas?
          That's not correct. Right now in this very minute Tweetadder is running before my eyes and doing it's job like always since a long time.

          Should it really stop, I would then write my own software to continue what I am doing. Don't tell anybody.
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  • Profile picture of the author madeye32
    Used it in the past . Atleast after Tweet Attacks dissapeared
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  • Profile picture of the author clever7
    TweetAttacks, TweetBuddy, TweetAdder and others are being sued by Twitter, Inc. for spam activities.

    The court document is referred to in this thread:
    Twitter Takes Action against spammers.


    I think that they delayed too much to pay attention to what was going on with these Twitter softwares. Something must have obliged them to finally do it.

    Twitter didn't seem to care about anything; it cared only ‘sometimes’ just to pretend that it was not totally uncontrolled.









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  • Profile picture of the author PerformanceMan
    I think the craze of following everyone who just might follow back died off like Parachute pants - didn't it?
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