In some years back, you needed 1000s of followers on Twitter to think of traffic from the social media big boy. Things are gradually shifting from that stand point as more and more traffic app spring up every blessed day.
In 2011 – 2012, it was the turn of EasyRetweet and JustRetweet. Well, some players like TraffUp and a few others were already on the pitch. As it appears there is still space for new comers, we have another player on the field.
Still new and hot, TweetLow is our fresher by Efoghor Joseph Ezie, one of the young and dynamic bloggers from Nigeria. First, we had EasyReTweet.com by Enstine Muki (in fact, me) from Cameroon, second, there was JustRETweet by Valentine from Nigeria and now we have TweetLow by Joseph from Nigeria. However, I think the geographical location of these creators is not really the point, is it?
Let me make this short and snappy - TweetLow is a Twitter web app that helps its members get more retweets on their tweets and more real Twitter Followers.
Now, the idea is so simple and effective -
For Retweets, you simply add your tweets and other members retweet them to their profiles to earn your credits. Let’s see it this way …
John has 5000 Twitter followers
Mary has 1000 Twitter followers
Joe has 7000 Twitter Followers
Now, each of them normally should be limited to his/her followers but TweetLow provides a platform where the three members have access to (5000+1000+7000) 13 000 followers. Mary has 1000 followers but as a TweetLow member, Mary can reach up to 13 000 followers. This is a wonderful platform isn’t it?
How does Mary reach additional 12 000 Followers?
From within her TweetLow account, Mary will create a tweet and set aside a certain amount of credits (100 for instance) to reward any other member that will retweet her tweet.
John will retweet Mary’s tweet to his 5000 followers to earn Mary’s 100 credits. Joe too will have to retweet Mary’s tweet to his 7000 followers to earn Mary’s 100 credits. Now, Mary has spent 200 credits to reach additional 12 000 followers.
What will John and Joe do with the credits reward from Mary?
John and Joe also need these credits to reward or pay others to retweet their tweets to their own followers.
So that’s about the idea. You need credits to pay other members to send your tweets to their profiles. They too use the credits to do same.
How about getting followers?
On this platform, you don’t only get retweets. It’s another platform to get Twitter Followers. Just like in retweets, you offer members credits to follow you. They do same with the credits they earn from you.
What if you run out of credits ?
You get unlisted automatically from the follow list. Your tweets also go offline and your ability to add more tweets disabled. That means you stop from getting followers, retweets and traffic. That isn’t what you want, Is it?
There are Fours ways to earn more credits to your account
- Buy credits from the store. I must say the packages are huge now. You may have to take the opportunity and get more credits right this moments before the admins do some adjustments
- Follow other members to earn their credits
- Retweet other tweets to earn credits
- Refer new members using your affiliate link to earn affiliate credits.
I have a problem with these platforms
The main problem I have with these platforms is that of spam. I spoke with Joe, the founder of TweetLow about this and good enough, there is way to handle spam from within admin. As a blogger, I will not want to waste my credits to some eggs or some spammy Twitter accounts. So Joe will have to map out criteria and stick to it else this will be another world of spammers.
Take a look at TweetLow and let me know what you think. The platform is so easy and friendly. If you are on EasyRetweet, JustRetweet or Triberr, this is yet another traffic tool to get more traffic.
Also share your thoughts about this in the comment box
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