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Do you want 1,542+ Followers in Twitter?

Are you also using Twitter? Then chances are you already heard of Gary McCaffrey’s cool little brain child.

If not, I highly recommend to check out this site that shows you a way of getting 1000’s of new followers on Twitter. When I started using it myself, I had 1,542 followers in Twitter… will keep you updated on that number in the comments below.

Have you tried it already? Then please share your results in the comments… if you haven’t tried it yet, click here to join TweeterGetter for free!

‘Whatever the mind can conceive and believe… it can achieve.’
Napoleon Hill, Think & Grow Rich

To your success,

Frank Bauer
Frank Bauer
Frank Bauer

Owner of

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Robert Phillips says:

Hi Frank

This is a great tool to add alot of followers to twitter I’ve been using it for about 3hours and am up almost 200 plus followers.

Thanks for sharing.

Robert Phillips

Frank Bauer says:

Thanks for sharing Robert.

I am now +5 (1,547) since I posted this blog entry.

Frank Bauer says:

Update: +11 now (1,553 total)

Edward says:

It sure has got me to have something to talk about. There has been quite a heated decussion aobut it. I think it is a good thing.

If you try it and don’t like the people that you follow you can always remove them. So it doesn’t hurt to try.

Frank Bauer says:

@Edward: I agree with you 100%.

Update: +13 now (1,555 total)

ECS Dave says:

@JoelComm has yet to reply to my tweet about why he says to avoid it…

I’ve tried it, yet to see any “real” results… Time will tell though.

Be Well!
ECS Dave

Ron says:

It’s as simple as this:

If you like downline builders you’ll love it.
If you don’t you won’t.

I think it’s a fine program for what it is.

Here’s an interesting post by Bruce Wagner:

Frank Bauer says:

@Dave: Joel’s point is that he dislikes the MLM aspect and prefers friendship building via Twitter.

Gary’s point of view: Get as many followers as possible vis Tweeter Getter and THEN build the friendship.

@Ron: True… also, if people have a problem with MLM then they will not like it… no matter how good it is.

Update: +16 now (1,558 total)

Winner says:

haha. You all are a bunch of losers. Dumb dumb dumb.

Frank Bauer says:

@Winner: Thanks for your intellectual comment.

Update: +19 now (1,561 total)

Bruce Wagner says:

(You spelling it wrong in your item…but…)

TweeterGetter is awesome!

Many of the self-described “social media experts” and “twitter elite” have a real problem with TweeterGetter…. but that’s due to protecting their turf…. and their status.

Frank Bauer says:

@Bruce: Thanks for pointing out my typo. … fixed it now.

Update: +30 now (1,572 total)

Darren Rowse says:

I’m not so sure that this is a good move on a number of fronts:

1. its spammy – over 3000 tweets have been made that are exactly the same promoting this. Anyone who knows anything about Twitter knows that thousands of tweets like that sends a fairly spammy signal both about those behind it and those who send the tweets.

2. I really struggle with seeing the worth of increasing followers at all costs and not really worrying about who they are or why they are following you. Like you say in comments above there are two ways of thinking about this – but in my experience the best followers to get are followers who make a decision to follow you based upon a desire to connect with YOU and a genuine interest in what you tweet about and who you are. Getting random followers who have no interest in anything more than getting more followers not only feels empty (to me) but also leaves you with a pretty unfocused and unrelational list. Sure a certain percentage will probably stick around and interact well – but it all seems backwards to me.

I know we all have our differences on this but this is my two cents on this and as I tweeted about it today and got around 100 responses from my followers the dominant feedback that I got back was that people saw this as spam, that they found it annoying and that some were going as far to unfollow people who were engaging in this and blocking the organizer.

Again – this is just my two cents worth. Each to their own, but consider that there could be some risks associated with getting involved.

Frank Bauer says:

@Darren: Thanks a lot for sharing your thoughts on this. I agree that everybody using the exact same tweet is something that should be improved by letting people choose what they will RT or at least circulating through a number of different tweet texts,

Also, I can understand your Twitter list building point. The good thing is that nobody is forced to use this tool. Those that don’t mind this mass approach can use it and those that prefer the slow or “natural” way as Joel Comm calls it, can simply not use it,

Update: +133 now (1,675 total)

Robert Phillips says:

Hi Frank

That a great result to say the least.

Am now up almost 600 and counting.

If you looking for the massive approach this is the way to go for sure.

Just tweet valuable content to your followers and they will continue to follow you.

As I see it the more in your network using this the faster your followers increase.

Robert Phillips

Frank Bauer says:

@Robert: Yes, I can see the speed increasing.

Update: +168 now (1,710 total)

vipula says:

I believe my list building could be done through this.

Frank Bauer says:

@Vipula: At least some part of it… I would recommend to still use all other methods as well.

Update: +181 now (1,723 total)

Jacob says:

I signegd up. How long tiill the followers come?

Frank Bauer says:

@Jacob: It depends on two aspects…

a) How long will it take until those people that already followed you at the time you joined follow your lead and join as well? As they have been already followers of yours, you will benefit once they join on those followers of theirs that didn’t follow you already start using TweeterGetter.

b) Are you sharing your TweeterGetter link in other ways? I share it for example in this blog post so people that see it here and use it will become Twitter followers of mine. Are you sharing your TweeterGetter link in any other ways?

Update: +317 now (1,859 total)

Maria says:

For sure a tool with some potential! Thanks for connecting! tweet, tweet

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