How to Handle Queer Automatic Retweets

News 01:05 May 2017:

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There are bot automatic retweets, and then there are scammers who will follow you, like and retweet your every message and then con you at the end. There are also people who seem like they spy you on the social network, retweeting and liking your every post even when they are clearly not close to you. The bots can come from scammers who want to dupe you into giving them money, while other scammers are just pretense friends who want something extra from you.However, if you post high quality tweets regularly, it is all possible to get genuine retweets in plenty.

As for the bots, always ignore them. Some people find comfort buying them, but if you are not the type, just appreciate that they boosted the number of your retweets. Scammers will always send you messages and pretend to be good by liking all your posts. Make sure that you unfollow them as soon as you realize who they are, ignore their replies or answer their questions with respect. You can also ignore the fake friends, because after all there are still more genuine people who retweet your posts.

Two Ways To Track Your Twitter Retweet.
An enterprising individual or business will like to keep track of the number of tweets he has made and keep a record of the number of times a Twitter retweet has been made about you. Twitter retweet tracking can give you a quick insight of who you are or how you rank amongst your pals, competitors or celebrities. But some people are not aware of the twitter retweet tracking feature and stay in darkness about their Twitter activities. You can keep track of your Twitter retweet in some ways.Read the following;
1. Using Retwetrank
Visit http://www.retwetrank.com. This site will enable you to know how many times your tweets have been retweeted. The number of retweets made will show your rank among the other Twitter users. Follow this procedure;
In the text box, type your Twitter username.You will be taken to page which displays your account, some tweets and followers and your rank.
Your RetweetRank data can be sent by clicking the “Tweet” icon on this page.
Signing in with Twitter to viewYour Dashboard. By clicking the “sign in with Twitter” prompt and entering the appropriate credentials, you will access your dashboard. The panel will provide more data on your tweets and retweets.
Purchase premium package and access more information. The free feature on RetweetRank can only be appropriate for casual Twitter users. But if there is high traffic on your account, you should require a premium account. To change from basic to premium, from the dashboard page, click on the “Pro” or “Upgrade” buttons. A page with four lists from Basic (Free) to Business( monthly pay) will be opened. More information about the different packages can be found by scrolling down the page. A 14-day free trial is given for all the four services.
2. Use TweetReach
Open http://tweetreach.com. This will give you information of your most favorite tweets and retweet and show you the number of twitter followers and users reached by your single tweet from your tweets. Do the following;
Make entry of your twitter username in the search box.
Check the data for your search.Tweetreach gives data on your retweets, the last 50 times that your tweet has been retweeted.
“Reach” shows the different Twitter followers that received tweets having a retweet of your tweet.
“Activity” shows the number of times your tweet was retweeted, the period of the retweet and the number of Twitter users who made the retweet.
“Tweets Timeline” gives a list of tweets including retweets of your tweet.
“Top Contributors”gives information about the user who has reached most of other users that have a retweet of a tweet.
“Exposure” gives the number of Twitter users that saw tweets that contained a retweet of your tweet. There could be a repeat of users under this section if they received more than one of tweets that had your retweet.
“Contributors” shows the users that sent tweets that had your retweet that they had retweeted themselves.
“Most Retweeted Tweets” gives details of the tweets that include your retweet that has themselves been retweeted.