On their home page they claim it was voted the best Twitter adder software. I don’t know about all that, but I do give it a thumbs up.
Tweet Adder isn’t something I use for automating my Tweet stream. A few of the things I do use it for I’ll list below:
- Set criteria for who I follow and then follow them
- Follow back people that followed me
- Unfollow inactive people
- Set up multiple accounts to segment my Tweet activity
- Apply ratio settings of followers-to-following
- Configure an automated direct message to go to a new follower (I may change this)
It’s a paid service and yes, my links here are affiliate links. So, if you purchase through my link I make some green. Not enough to set off to travel the globe but it may buy me some gas
Below is a snapshot of the Profile data search panel. You can customize the types of Profiles your Tweet Adder account will seek to follow on your behalf. It gives you options to search by user keywords in bio, their location, number of followers and even single out users who set default profile images.
This capture shows you can search user Tweets by keywords. This helps you find like-minded people or at least people Tweeting about things you may be even remotely interested in.
Using the manual or automation settings below, you have the ability to keep your following-to-follower ratios in check. There are customized settings panels for your Follow, Follow Back and Unfollow behavior. Tweet Adder allows you to set the quantity of these actions to send per day (while program is running) and the intervals of time to perform the actions.
I plugged in a few random numbers for illustration.
Tweet Adder pricing
Pricing varies depending on your usage. Here’s the current breakdown:
- $55 for a single profile license
- $74 for 5 profiles
- $110 for 10 profiles
- $188 for unlimited profiles
If you visit the Tweet Adder site using my link below you’ll see that free video tutorials are provided.
Here are my thoughts in mp3 form (click play):
Get Tweet Adder here (<—a scary affiliate link!)
Feel free to ask any questions in the comments or ask me using my Contact form. I’m quite happy using this tool and hope you find it useful as well.
So, pick it up here and let Tweet Adder do the heavy lifting on Twitter for you.