followers 158 popularity
45
following 207
Groups
· The aim is to go viral

Interests

I'm finding one million regular readers. Won't you share me once on Twitter?

nostate | nostate
If you can demonstrate no mal-ware within a pg-rated message, I'l introduce you to my readers via a guest-post on http://DonPennington.blogspot.com Message me.
unknown

My List of Retweeters Will Retweet You to Thousands for Free.

Jan 20th 2011 at 7:16 AM

Maybe we could get a few more click-throughs and readers, if enough people follow us on Twitter, many of us “think.” We then learn the hard, sour, and bitter truth of it all, that only 1/10th of a percent, to ½ of all Twitter followers ever even click through to read our articles. It seems Twitter, as most of the web, is just bogus. It's only when friends point out to us that, we enjoy a higher possibility of indexing, the more we're tweeted and re-tweeted, that a real benefit is seen in being shared by thousands.

The trick then becomes to find a way to be retweeted by thousands and thousands, without following the entire planet Earth, and to do it for free. After three years of hard work and research, I have finally found a good number of Twitter users who do exactly that, as part of their overall website marketing efforts. So far, I've compiled a total of fifteen reliable retweeters, and I'm glad to share them with you today.

Those who just want to go to the Twitter list, and add all, be my guest and get the whole list here. The retweet services in the following recommended list will still respond the fastest. I'm just trying to help save you some time. Some won't mind bothering with all of them, and that's understandable.

A few within the Retweet list are faster at following back than others. They all respond within three days, or they get booted from my list. But of these who follow back, writers, bloggers, and artists everywhere can enjoy being retweeted to thousands, within a matter of mere days. All the following retweet services ask is a) Follow them, b) they follow back, and c) any message you want them to retweet for you, to their followers, need only be sent as a direct message. Leave enough space for them to include your info as a retweet.

Being seen on tens of thousands of Twitter feeds and time-lines helps with Google ranking (and eventually, indexing - as mentioned). So, do it all you can. These are my favorites from my Twitter RT list. Alone, they'll share you with at least 60,000 others on Twitter. Pay it forward by passing this list on to others as well, please.

@lovendotodo


@TweetEchos

@RetweetHub

All links are sponsored. Wait 5 seconds, and click “Skip ad.” Thank you.

This piece is also available on the Yahoo! Contributor Network.

Catch more of Don's work here.

5 comments
Please to comment
Apr 25th 2011 at 6:50 PM by TimRR
very good
   
Feb 7th 2011 at 7:44 PM by amykinzel
Hey Man, I just read this for the first time. Great info! I don't really use twitter, but I might and try this strategy. Thank you so much :)
   
Jan 27th 2011 at 7:46 AM by nostate
I'm so glad you brought that up. Twitter's biggest benefit is not just in getting readers to click through. That's nice, but the REAL power in getting re-tweeted is in indexing better. THEN, your work comes up in more Google and Bing searches. Tweets are indexed by search engines now. So, your target market looking for the keywords used, are much more likely to find you, and at greater numbers than you can get alone.
   
Jan 27th 2011 at 5:13 AM by aislesoffiles
My only concern is that, by using these "retweeters", one's tweets are going out to UNTARGETED folks. This is a scattered approach to reaching readers of your tweets, as opposed to finding/following other Twitter users who are in your target market.
   
Jan 21st 2011 at 6:37 AM by nostate
Hardly any comments, but mine. Now I'm a big old ball of SAD! :P
   

sign in

Username
Password
Remember Me


New to IM faceplate? join free!

Lost Password? click here