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Twitter Followers Increase Of 825% In Less Than 48 Hours With Rewst

Let’s start today with this Rewst review or overview. Well I know that name might not be all that familiar so let’s add another name to the conversation. Twitter. Now we’re talking. Whether you’re new to the traffic and social network game or not, Twitter is something you know something about. Now let’s keep going, so just hang in there with me okay. If you own a blog or a website you know that Twitter equates to good things when it comes to exposure and visibility online because half the planet uses Twitter which means a ton of people in the same place. With that said, it might not be Facebook, but tweeting and Twitter has become a household name. Rewst and Twitter have developed a nice relationship that means great stuff in store for you.

Rewst is a Twitter growth tool. It’s a new kid on the block that you can use to grow your Twitter account. The best part about it is that it has been reviewed by Twitter and completely complies with Twitter rules which is great for those of us who love Whitehat strategies in our online presence blueprint. With that said, if you’re looking for something “automated”, that’s a Twitter no no and we don’t roll like that around here and neither does Luke King, the founder of this handy tool.

With that said, I had received an email in regards to this tool which was more or less an invitation from Luke asking me to check it out. The email said:


Earlier this month, I launched a new tool with a friend at PeerFly that can help you grow large Twitter accounts that you can then use to promote PeerFly offers.

The tool, called Rewst, allows you to use a simple and compliant Twitter strategy for growing your Twitter accounts by following accounts that will like the content that you are posting on your own account. We've made it really easy to use and it's very effective.

Current Rewst ( members are adding 50-100 new targeted followers a day to their accounts with very little time and effort.

We'd love for you to join and give it a try!

Luke also gave me a discount code in the email for a lifetime 30% off the product. If you want that discount code, just leave a reply in the post or email me and I can send the discount code your way.

Nevertheless, I have tried the tool and guess what. It works !!! I used it on an account that had been pretty dormant for a while and it only had 8 followers before I tried Luke’s tool. After less than 48 hours that account has grown to 74 organic followers. These are NOT paid followers for any of you that may be wondering and there was nothing automated about this process. Literally, I invested roughly 7 minutes yesterday evening and another 7 minutes this morning and I’m already at 74 followers. That is an 825% increase in followers which is AMAZING !


Twitter Growth Using Rewst


I’d challenge anyone to show this kind of growth using any other tool. For an out of the box tool such as this, I’m beyond impressed with how quickly this tool works and given the results. This is now in the blogger toolbox of resources that I use to grow my brand, blog traffic and presence online.

You may be wondering, well how does this work. Well lets get into that. I will give you an overview of what this tool is about.


Rewst Review And Tips How To Use Rewst Signup Page


First things first, after you get to the website, sign up. It’s pretty painless and quick. Just three fields (email, password and password confirmation) and that’s it. Click register and you’re good to go.


Rewst Review And Tips How To Use Rewst Registration


Once you’ve logged in, you’ll have 4 major tabs in your navigation panel as seen here:


Rewst Review And Tips How To Use Rewst Navigation Panel


Follow tab: you’ll see additional actionable items (e.g. fans, new followers, copy followers, keywords and suggestions).

  • Fans, as best I can guess at this point are people that love your content.
  • New followers: these are the people that have followed you most recently so they are the newbies to your Twitter follow base. I think this is cool and it gives you a new list of people to start a conversation with, introduce yourself, promote a popular piece of content or a product.
  • Copy followers: this is hands down the most practical and useful feature of this tool and I think you’ll like it too. You can target anyone with a Twitter account by their handle and copy their followers. You may be wondering, well why is this so good ? Well if your content is about lawnmowers, you want people interested in lawnmowers right ? So find someone with a targeted audience with lawnmowers. Copy their followers and start following them. One of two primary things will happen. (1) They will follow you back. (2) They won’t follow you back. It’s that simple. In fact, if your content is similar to mine, you could use my Twitter handle “@candidwriter” and copy my followers and see who follows you back. With that said, you may also wonder… well how do I know who’s followers to copy. Well that’s where the next feature comes in to play.
  • Keywords: by typing in a keyword and in my case you could type in something along the lines of blog sites, blog tips, blogging tips etc. you’ll find Twitter accounts that focus around those type of keywords. The tool will bring up several accounts that you can target to find other Twitter users that may be interested in your content that lines up with the very keyword you searched for in the first place. I’ve provided a visual for you below as seen in the image using the keyword: blog tips


Rewst Review And Tips How To Use Rewst Keyword Search


  • Suggestions: in this section, Rewst gives you Twitter account suggestions in five different categories: sports, entertainment, music, digital creators and news. I’m not sure if they plan to add more to this section in the future, but for now this is what is there and you’ll find several accounts that align well to each category.

The next major tab is the Unfollow tab. In this section you’ll find additional actionable items (unfollowers, non followers, inactive followers).

  • Unfollowers: are those that used to follow you but don’t any longer. This isn’t much different than what you’d find any other Twitter tool.
  • Non followers: are people you’re following but they aren’t following you back. As for this section, if they haven’t followed you back after 72 hours to a week, I’d just let them go, but it’s your choice, but it helps to keep people on your list that want to follow you as much as you want to follow them, but everyone has their own perspective on this, but for the sake of this post, I’m just sharing my perspective with you.
  • Inactive followers: people you’re following that haven’t been tweeting. With that said, if they aren’t active, remove them from your list.

The next major tab is the Tools tab. Here you’ll find actionable items such as (manage blacklist, manage whitelist, follow history).

  • Manage Blacklist: this is a section where you can block the people that you don’t want to follow in the future and they won’t show up while you’re performing any action. Basically out of sight and out of mind. So if you’ve got someone on your list that’s rubbed you the wrong way and you no longer want to be associated with them, this is the section for you.
  • Manage Whitelist: alternatively speaking these are the individuals that you want to follow and want to be associated with regardless of whether they are following you back or not. You don’t want the people in this section showing up in your non followers or inactive followers sections.
  • Follow History: very straightforward, shows you your own following history. Who have you followed on your own without using the tool and who have you followed using Rewst.

The final major tab is the More tab. The actionable items here are (FAQ and contact us).

  • Within the FAQ, you’ll find limited information but it’s still worth a look from a curious standpoint. I’m assuming that this section will grow over time. However, you can also check out their knowledgebase as well for additional information.
  • On the contact us page, there’s a dialogue box where you can provide information pertaining to questions or other suggestions that you have.

Beyond that, there’s nothing else to share about this tool other than the reality that it’ll grow your Twitter audience remarkably fast. So with that said, stop reading this, download the tool and get growing !

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How To Grow Social Power Like Buzzblogger With JustREtweet

How To Promote Social Content


Social And Everything Else

The tough reality about being online is that you're basically one peanut in a village of millions of other peanuts. Strange analogy right ? I know, I know.. but just hang in there with me on this. With that said, there's no denying how hard it is to stand out online especially if you're in a competitive niche. Additionally, the game has changed and developing a presence online isn't achieved with the same tactics that have been used in the past either. When you hear people say things like SEO is changing and social is your best bet to have any chance at getting eyeballs on your website, your content and your brand, there's plenty of truth to that.  There's no shortage of advice being touted in the industry that resembles more of a paradigm shift in our way of thinking with respect to "how to" achieve internet success and visibility nowadays.

The support for such thinking isn't about something so fickle as mere speculation when you look at the data that paints a pretty vivid picture on the significance of social and it's impact overall. As a blogger or website owner, prime real estate is everything and with respect to your content and your products, you're looking for premiere spaces that will allow you to promote in aims to give your business massive exposure. The easiest way to do that is to go where the traffic is... think "heavily populated" areas people. Consider the following....

Social Insight

The numbers are pretty staggering with respect to what goes on in Twitter land. In a nutshell, what these numbers should tell you is that Twitter is worth your time. My goals for any project I constitute are always pretty conservative, so even if I only saw 10 to 20 visitors a day from Twitter, in my mind, that makes the investment of time for that platform to me worthwhile. However, we're talking social and the real nugget here is that what I'm hoping for is that my tweet gets retweeted to other people's lists and their followers to get additional exposure for the content associated with my tweet that's been shared to other people. Wow.. now that's a mouthful, but hopefully you get the gist of what I'm saying.

Sharing is a pretty legitimate measuring stick in assessing whether people like your content or not. I mean, lets be real here.. of course you're not going to publish anything that hasn't received your bonafide stamp of approval, but just because you like it doesn't mean anyone else is going to. Additionally, it's not like you can force people to share your products or your content either. The online community and people in general.. we don't like to share garbage, nonsense, overly promotional material, folks that are in it for a quick buck and a host of other things. People have a greater sense of seeking value, probably moreso now than ever before and can sniff out anything less than that miles away.

Easier Sharing Is Here

A content sharing platform that has been getting it's lions share of attention has been a website called Justretweet. While I do personally use this website, one of the more confirming attributes about it was knowing that other established bloggers were using the same platform, hence the title of this post in referencing Kim Roach of Buzzblogger, who has a wealth of knowledge about traffic generation. Realizing that someone of her reputation and credibility uses Justretweet was proof enough that this wasn't your run of the mill destination online.

Justretweet, a website started by Chris Fong is a content sharing website that will share content to Google Plus, Twitter and Facebook. At the time of writing this post, when you sign up to the website, you will be credited with 100 free credits to your account. They use a credit system whereby the activities that you engage in will help you earn credits. These credits can in turn be used to get your content pushed out to any or all of the 3 major social networks that I spoke of before (e.g. Facebook, Google Plus and Twitter).

One of the most unique and attractive qualities about the website is that all content submitted for sharing is manually reviewed which is great for many and not so great for others. In short, this means that for example if you are purely an affiliate website, this likely would not be a good fit for you as these kind of websites are heavily focused on products and not on content. Justretweet prides itself on publishing and promoting quality content. However, like many other places on the web, embedding affiliate products into your "high quality" content is just fine from what I have noticed in my own tests. Nevertheless, I would still strongly advise that you truly evaluate what is quality content before attempting to hastily submit a tweet for sharing without understanding what would be acceptable in their system.

While some may have a different take on this, longer posts do tend to  get shared more often. In another post I've written I talk about the length of articles and content in a reply to a KissMetrics article that I read online. Follow my post here: Dear KissMetrics.

You should also realize that getting other people involved in sharing your content starts with what they are going to be sharing in the first place. When you've written something meaningful and I would recommend at least 500 words that isn't full of fluff, then the likelihood of getting your content shared improves drastically. At the core of sharing in general, people want to share information that they believe other people will find useful and interesting and hey, if it's funny, that will go a long way with people too.

Not that I'm into promotional plugs, but for a new blogger or even one that's been around for quite some time, Justretweet is one of the best content sharing platforms currently available to marketers, bloggers and website owners alike. This platform improves your ability to get your content in front of other people you wouldn't have access to otherwise, especially in such a competitive times with respect to building your brand and presence online.

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Bing Edition - The Twitter Hashtags Twitter Handles Refinement

Twitter Hashtags Bing Edition


Granted we're talking about Bing and while it only accounts for a small share of search comparatively to Google, taking notice of the steps it is taking to connect how Twitter tags and handles are a part of search within it's engine is important.

Chances are you've used Twitter and are familiar with the use of hashtags.

There's a ton of information that gets circulated, added and discussed on Twitter through the hashtags and of course by it's users.

Bing is now updating it's search engine empowering users to be able to search with hashtags and search for Twitter user handles. This is obviously a nice step, as you find the same functionality in Google.

For those that prefer to use Bing, this is a welcome addition that you can start seeing now directly within search as you perform your queries.

While it doesn't happen for every search query made, different searches may generate tweets either related to the search or by that individual in the case that you are searching for a specific celebrity or popular person that has a twitter account.

If you're looking for a specific topic or maybe one of many trending topics, using Bing you would enter # and then the topic of interest. If you're looking for a specific handle in Bing, you would type in @ and then the handle or name.

As you would assume, factors that make a difference in how this new twitter refinement in the search engine works, the more influence or authority a topic or user has, they are more likely to come up first in results.

Expect to see many celebrity or big influencers at the top of search results.

As someone trying to improve recognition of my own brand online, for instance on Twitter from now on I would tweet with the following at the end of my tweets #candidwriter since I can imagine that branding for small businesses may be able to use this effectively even if they don't show up on the top pages for search terms.

Hashtags may realistically be another route to getting more visibility through Bing.

Remember how PPC could circumvent having to spend countless hours on SEO and getting to the top pages organically based on a bidding system.

This may well be PPC reinvented. I could certainly envision a paid option for hashtags in the future as Bing continues to refine how this will work over time.

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Crackdown on Misuse of Twitter Logos - DMCA Takedown Notice

DMCA Twitter Logos Takedown


An important and very necessary lesson I learned several years ago was that you can't just take an image from a place like Google Images, slap it on your webpage and call it your own.

I personally received a cease and desist notice from a pretty upset website owner and rightfully so as I didn't have authorization to use the image and as a newbie to it all.. it genuinely was a noob mistake.

However, if I had given it any thought at all, it should have made sense to ask for permission first or to at least give credit where it was due instead of assuming ownership of something that didn't belong to me.

I think that it's easy to lose consciousness of this because the practice is online and it's not as tangible as it would be offline.

Nevertheless, that consciousness on the "use" of imagery should apply to what you do in your online marketing efforts, development of your social media channels, internet marketing, blog posts, submission of articles etc.

In short, permissions and citing credit is applicable to anything that you do online.

It's way to easy to just grab an image and dismiss where it came from which can ultimately lead to all kinds of trouble.

FIFA Twitter DMCA Takedown Notice


Now lets take a step into the sports arena..

Lately, FIFA.. yes we're talking about the World Cup, has called out Twitter with this DMCA Copyright Complaint Takedown Notice:

View The Notice in regards to several of it's users using FIFA official logos and other graphic symbols that they do not own the rights to use on their Twitter accounts.

One would hope that this was not done with a blatant intent to infringe on any copyrights but without question, this is a very serious matter.

Twitter honored the requests to remove all the infringing photos from the offending accounts.

I would think that this is just the start. It wouldn't be outlandish to see other large brands following suit as this practice is commonly seen online.

As a website owner, we all know the power and impact of photos in driving traffic to any destination online, however it is always best practice to seek out creative commons licenses, royalty free images or in the case of using Google Images, make sure you credit the source as that is still widely an acceptable practice.

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Top Tweet News - Tweet Storms - Possible New Twitter Products

Tweet Storms and Twitter Storms - Possible New Twitter Product


So what's the next top tweet or new trending hashtag for Twitter ? According to Venture Capitalist, Fred Wilson, Tweet Storms should be the next bold move. I don't know about you, but I have never heard of this concept before, but apparently it's not that hard to grasp.. it's brilliant really and provides another dynamic that I think Twitter users will easily jump on if this concept starts to get any traction. Taking one broad thought and breaking it up into tweetable digests and thus you have a "tweet storm". Whether this is something numbered, hashed or other system of identification to make the storms easier to follow sounds like a fresh new idea for the company. Lets face it, there hasn't been anything really new that the masses could jump on for a while with Twitter and while there are skeptics out there, this could be great for Twitter if they're willing to move in this direction. Tweet storms don't have be tweeted consecutively right away. These twitter storms could last for days, building on anticipation for readers that are following the storms. This has the potential to turn Twitter into a more purposeful reading experience rather than just a platform for random and unstructured thoughts. Consider the marketer in mind, this has the potential to improve the social connection and showcase knowledge of products with potential customers as well. It's the right move.. now Twitter it's your turn to do something about it.

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