There is no reason to have anyone in your twitter feed who don’t follow your tweets according to “Promote My Site.” I have to agree with them. I’ve read their blog and learned about the much talked about twitter. I used their free service within the last 2 weeks. I had the opportunity to use the premium version for 14 days. I did realize that there are a lot of twits that are in my tweet feed that don’t follow me in return. What a waste of tweet space in regardless of who they are from…why is their tweets any more important than my tweets?
They aren’t and for those type of people it is about collecting twollowers for the sake of a number count. I have come to the conclusion that they could care less about your opinion or your tweets. There is a diverse group of people on Twitter from around the world. Some of the twollowers are simply collecting people for the purpose of outnumbering others. There are celebrities on twitter who don’t follow the same ratio of people that follow them. I have wondered that perhaps those people are simply to busy to keep up with twitter or they simply want their twitter friends to read their tweets only, therefore it is a one side conversation going on with the one way followers which can get boring at some point. In the meantime I am experimenting with the website and have not received any hits to review it…I suppose in 30 days I will understand the functionality of “Promote My Site” and how it relates to twitter.
Promote My Site shows you how to promote your website in the Web 2.0 world. We’re building the next generation of tools for SEO and SEM. We offer tools that are free, freemium (free to registered users), and premium (paid). We’ve also got a blog that offers insights into Web 2.0 SEO/SEM, running a business, and venture capital.
Here is an excerpt from Promote My Site blog:
Many people become frustrated when they hit the 2,000 following barrier in Twitter. It’s a limit imposed by Twitter that few people know about when they start but most will run into. In short, it’s an anti-spam device by Twitter. You can follow up to 1,000 people in a day, until you’ve followed 2,000 people. After 2,000, you can only follow 10% more people than are already following you.
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