“Tweet Virus” is a guide to using Twitter and a step-by-step guide to getting 1200 Followers in 10 days.
I will admit, until about 6 months ago I couldn’t understand what all the fuss was about Twitter. It seemed like a huge waste of time to me, and something that people under 20 did who were bored and had too much time on their hands. I’ve since changed my opinion. I think Twitter has evolved into a useful business application for promoting products, services, branding and stayin in contact with customers and prospects.
We bought and downloaded the “Tweet Virus product and put it to the test.
Here’s what we liked about Tweet Virus:
-Extremely easy to read and to follow.
-Very informative and explanatory to someone who has no idea what Twitter is or how to use it.
-Goes from basics to the meat of the matter, the “Virus” code that the author recommends. No it’s not a malicious virus, it’s completely legit and quite clever – used for increasing the number of followers you have. The idea being the more followers you have on Twitter, the more popular you appear to be and the more people you have to communicate with (or market to 😉
-The Tweet Virus the author recommends did not produce 1200 followers for us in 10 days but we did increase our followers by about 800 – we were happy with that – and continue to use the author’s suggestions and this number is still growing afer 2 weeks.
-Twitter is a good way to get free instant traffic to your site, or to a product or service you are promoting. Build your followers, increase your marketing reach, increase your sales. Twitter does have a role to play for online marketers and with Google interested in a possible purchase you can be sure Twitter WILL be in the marketers tool kit for years to come.
Product Summary: At $27 we find Tweet Virus to be good value for the money, we found it useful, liked the product and the suggestions. Recommended for newbies to Twitter and people interested in having a free marketing tool.
If you would like to order Tweet Virus click here.
This completes the Worldprofit Product Review of “Tweet Virus”