What Is It?
is a free
PHP program you add to your own web site, enabling you to
reward your visitors for posting (or "tweeting") your
message on Twitter.
Why Do It?
By rewarding your visitors for tweeting your message, many more people
are likely to read it - and if you're smart, you'll make sure
that those who read it can spread your message to yet more people,
creating a potentially massive "buzz"!
How Does It
It's pretty simple. First, you'll need some kind of reward - maybe a
free report, ebook or software. Then, create a
new campaign with TweetFurther
and give people the special link (generated by TweetFurther)
to your campaign.
they go to the link, they are given instructions on how to "tweet" your
message on Twitter, and claim their reward. Only when they've done
this, can they claim the reward! You'll see an example of how this works in just a few moments...
What Are The
Features And Benefits?
password is required by the visitor.
Many third party Twitter applications require the visitor to give you
their Twitter password, which increases the risk of a malicious web
site owner getting hold of this vital information and stealing their
Twitter account. Plus, many visitors simply don't want to give their
password out to a third party - so TweetFurther
asks for the visitor's Twitter password.
reward unless your message is posted. TweetFurther
makes sure that your required message is posted by the visitor on their
Twitter stream before they can claim their reward. No tweet, no reward.
that they follow you. This is a great way of getting more
followers on Twitter!
You can see how many times your campaign page has been viewed, how many
times the reward has been succesfully claimed, and by whom - with
instant links to their Twitter profiles.
- FREE! The free version does not come
with technical support, although there is a help page in case you run
into difficulties. You are also limited to 1 campaign.
How To Start
Using It Right Now For FREE...
a PHP program that you install on your own website. You will need PHP
4.3 or higher, and cURL enabled on your site. (Most hosting companies
have these, but if you aren't sure, please contact your hosting
company. You can also see our Help File for information on determining whether you have cURL enabled.)
To download it, simply follow the instructions on the
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