I just finished reading a new report by Walter M. Prorok Jr. and Chris Vendilli. Inside this report Walt & Chris talk about the in's & out's of configuring your Twitter account along with some free third party services to maximize your traffic & exposure.
I was skeptical at first, but after reading through the whole report and watching a couple of the videos available at their website I must say, I'm beyond impressed.
These two guys have been silently attracting visitor after visitor to their sites using Twitter, and they've created a step by step guide so that anyone can replicate their ideas & systems.
Yes, that's right, it's another "system." Most of us, as marketers, have pretty much come to recognize the word "system" as overused and often incorrectly placed. But, with "The Twitter Report" and the videos that follow, this stuff really is formatted into what you could correctly label a "system" at it's finest.
Walt & Chris have uncovered every known tip & trick for setting up your Twitter account to give you maximum return per tweet, while keeping everything on auto-pilot as much as possible. They leave nothing to question and go pretty in depth.
Most of the stuff they cover includes many things you could likely figure out on your own, however, this report can save you the time & aggravation of having to go through trial and error while you make the same mistakes they've already made for you, & neatly documented along the way.
Why waste time, energy, and money trying to figure it all out on your own when you could just see how it all worked out for them and simply follow their suggestions, which are already proven to work successfully?
After reading the report and watching some of the videos I give TwitterHints TWO enthusiastic thumbs up, and I recommend it to anyone who wants to stay on the cutting edge of this new wave of communications & hyper-connectedness.
You'll learn how to configure your settings, which 3rd party sites to join & how to set them up to run campaigns automatically, and much more.
I'm sure you'll enjoy "The Twitter Report" as much as I did and you can go check it out here: