Twitter Is More Fun And More Profitable When You Follow The Right People

Twitters is a powerful social media site. It allows you to connect to a wide range of people but yet a lot of people are dissatisfied with it. There could be many reason for this. Perhaps they’re not getting enough followers, or perhaps they haven’t given themselves the time to get used to how it all works. Then again perhaps it’s because they are not following the right people.

To get the most out of Twitter you really need to be following those who are like minded. Those who are interested in the same things that you are because you will find it a lot easier conversing, conversationally and profitably, with people who are of the same opinions as yourself.

The problem is that it’s all too hard and time consuming, if not impossible to find these people all on your own. What is needed is something that will do all the hard work for you. Tweet Whistle will do just that. It doesn’t matter if you’re just looking to grow your personal account or your more serious about it and want to grow you online business, then this program could be just what you’re looking for.

I haven’t tried it as yet but this excerpt is from the guys who’ve put it together.

Twitter has quickly become an important marketing channel for today’s online users and marketers. Figuring out how to gain new and relevant followers however, can be a challenge. Trying to manually sort through prospects one by one would be extremely time consuming and frustrating. Tweet Whistle will do the work for you.

Tweet Whistle’s intuitive and succinct user interface will help you through the entire Tweeting process. Start off by setting how you would like the program to search for prospective followers. Search for users based on keywords in their bios or Tweets, references, attitudes, follows and more.

Search Features:

  • Tweet keywords
  • Bio keywords
  • Location
  • Users who display a certain attitude
  • Users who have referenced other people
  • Followers of other users

Features:

  • Works with an unlimited number of accounts
  • Check the current or weekly trends
  • Find out who has mentioned your profile
  • Save and Load profile lists
  • Manage all of your direct messages from one location
  • Automatically send follows, unfollows, Tweets, RSS Tweets, messages and direct messages to new followers
  • Manage safe lists of users not to unfollow
  • Automatically follow users back
  • Automatic software updates

Broaden your horizons and add new like minded followers with this powerful Twitter marketing solution.

Now you’re probably thinking something like that will cost you an arm and a leg. Well it won’t. Normally it would set you back $39.95 but they’ve reduced it for a short time only so that you can buy Tweet Whistle for only $25.97.

Still not convinced? Then why not take it for a test spin by downloading the trial version. If it turns out you really like it you can always purchase it later. Here’s a little screen shot.

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  1. I’ve really been falling out of touch with Twitter. Loosing my interest in it TBH. I use TweetWhistle though, it’s a little clunky but gets the job done, much cheaper than some of the overpriced alternatives.

    1. Hey Josiah, you’re quick off the mark mate. I’ve only just posted this a minute ago and you’re already commenting. Reckon that must be a record. :thumbup_tb:

      And to think you’ve used Tweet Whistle too! So, all in all would you say that it get’s the job done and that it was worth the small price you had to pay for it? I feel like I should be holding a microphone :lol_ee:
      Sire recently posted…Twitter Is More Fun And More Profitable When You Follow The Right PeopleMy Profile

      1. Thanks. I just happened to open up my reader at the right time. Definitely worth the price. You can get it half off if you look around for a coupon. The updates and improvements are slow unless there is a critical problem that breaks the program or makes it unusable, then an update comes soon.

        The most important feature of TweetWhistle is obviously the automation tab. You can run jobs for various things and alternate twitter accounts. Great time saver.

  2. This is very true – building out your social circle and engaging with people in the same industry, or are like minded adds a lot of value. Have you taken a look at the recent mention of Twitter’s new analytics platform? Basically any user of the site will have access to analytics on their profile, which will give basic information such as visitors to your profile, retweets, etc but other things as well such as recommending relevant, new users to follow / engage with. It looks VERY cool.


  3. Twitter:
    Man, people needing a tool to find like-minded Twitter folks; that’s a shame! lol Luckily, I started tracking people way in advance and now I just have all sorts of folks coming my way; whew! :clap_tb:
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  4. Hi Sire

    I love Twitter. Spend a lot of time scanning for new posts, articles to read and interact with my followers and those I am following on there. Hadn’t heard of this tool. Will have to get one of my techie friends to check it out for me. See if I need it. I tend to do most things manually although that is both labour intensive and takes up heaps of my time. Don’t like the idea of automatically following people though. Like to check out sites first. Thanks for letting us know about this.

    Patricia Perth Australia

    1. Hiya Patricia

      I’m not one who would just follow anyone either but there would be a lot out there who would and that’s why they built this feature into it. You have to give your customer what they want, as you well know.
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  5. I agree with Patricia. I don’t follow back everyone who follows me. I always check out their profile, their url, see who they tweet if they do at all. I notice I always get a bunch of followers if I tweet about movies or youtube. then they disappear when i don’t follow back. I’m more into quality then quantity. I never understood how people can follow more than 300 people and keep track of the tweets. Hope this program works out for you.

    1. Oh, I not sure I’m going to try it as I’m not a huge Twitter fan and I sure don’t follow everyone that follows me. Unless she’s pretty that is. :devil_tb:

      I do unfollow those who stop following me though. No reason sticking with people who’ve ditched you now is there? :smoke_tb:
      Sire recently posted…FlexSqueeze Latest Update Can Make Your Posts RockMy Profile

      1. Oh yeah I agree with you on that one. The only way I will continue to follow after I have been dumped is some pretty spectacular tweets..lol.

  6. I agree with you about that! I love tweeting and now I’m totally hooked on Facebook. If I could, I would spend all day just talking to people since it is my favorite thing to do- LOL. Sometimes I have to stop myself and go write. I love writing but not as much as talking, tweeting and facebooking – hee hee. I haven’t tried out tweet whistle though- looks like a great app.
    x ♥ x ♥,
    Eren
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    1. Must be the woman in you Eren, I haven’t met one yet that doesn’t love to talk. Man I even know a couple who don’t seem to take a breath as they talk, it’s just a constant flow of words.

      Facebook sure is more peaceful in comparison :innocent1_tb:

      As to Tweet Whistle, I reckon you probably have more followers than you know what to do with.

      1. I think someone like Eren would make a great Twitter manager for a company that wants to get started tweeting. Do you know of any inexpensive Twitter managing services? I’ve considered hiring out for that.

  7. I’ve made a twitter account for my site and placed a link to it on the front page of the site. Unfortunately I’ve gotten absolutely no followers to it yet. I’ll have to check out this software type stuff and see if it helps. Thanks.

  8. I guess it’s quite a useful tool ’cause so far I have not much success with Twitter. Mostly I use twitter for personal communication and not for business. I’m thinking about purchasing it. thanks, Sire.

  9. Hello Sire,
    Well, I thought this might be a way to go from 50 followers to 55 overnight, but the trial download doesn’t seem to work for a Mac.
    Overall though, it seems the best way is the hard way – individually choosing followers and people to follow.
    A year ago Twitter was more personal; now it’s a steady stream of links.
    A link-free tweet is a sweeter tweet.
    I’m about to hit the ”Sire : follow” button.
    Building a list one person at a time is like digging a basement with a teaspoon.
    Julia Hayes recently posted…ESSENTIAL HEALTH for childrenMy Profile

    1. Hi Julia,
      Welcome to WassupBlog. Too bad it doesn’t work for a Mac, but like you said there’s nothing wrong with doing it the hard way, at least until you wear your teaspoon out. :wink_ee:

      At least by hand picking them you know you only have those you’re really interested in.

      Mmm, I really must put one of those follow buttons on the blog. :wallbash_tb:
      Sire recently posted…Top 5 Reasons Why No-One Is Advertising On Your BlogMy Profile

      1. Good idea – I went up and down and in and out of the tabs and could not find out how to follow you….but it made for an interesting journey around your blog.
        Julia Hayes recently posted…ESSENTIAL HEALTH for childrenMy Profile

  10. Thanks. Good idea. I was able to follow you this morning from your follow. The exercise made me realise the huge difference from the TweetAdder follows and real follows.
    It’s worth going slow.
    The other week I made a mistake and used an aggregator follow system, mentioning my interest in music. I think every shady rap musician in USA jumped on it and the language was something else – I’ve learned a lot of new words I can’t use! And had to do major deletes. A girl has to have standards.
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  11. Nice post. I am using twitter from many times. I am regularly posting on my twitter account. Whenever I post, after that day I found only 1 or 2 followers on mine. Can you tell me that what should I do to increase my followers without following others from suggestions?

    1. That is a hard question. With time all good things will come to pass as long as you do all the right things. Do not tweet nonsense. Do not tweet too man ads. Makes sure your tweets are of a good standard. Lead by example and in time people will realize your worth and only then may they decide to follow.
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