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    Quote Originally Posted by greenoro0 View Post
    how to auto submits in twitter
    That's called spam and it will get you banned.
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    Quote Originally Posted by raena View Post
    That's called spam and it will get you banned.
    thanks for your kind response but i wanted to say that auto submitter is using as professional trick and also authorized by twitter.

    plz explain in detail

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenoro0 View Post
    twitter is better than facebook
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    Quote Originally Posted by greenoro0 View Post
    thanks for your kind response but i wanted to say that auto submitter is using as professional trick and also authorized by twitter.

    plz explain in detail
    YI don't know where you heard that, but that is incorrect. 'Auto submission' (which is just spam) is regularly detected and banned.

    Quote Originally Posted by twitter help
    *Spam: You may not use the Twitter service for the purpose of spamming anyone. What constitutes “spamming” will evolve as we respond to new tricks and tactics by spammers. Some of the factors that we take into account when determining what conduct is considered to be spamming are:

    * If you have followed a large amount of users in a short amount of time;
    * If you have followed and unfollowed people in a short time period, particularly by automated means (aggressive follower churn);
    * If you repeatedly follow and unfollow people, whether to build followers or to garner more attention for your profile;
    * If you have a small number of followers compared to the amount of people you are following;
    * If your updates consist mainly of links, and not personal updates;
    * If a large number of people are blocking you;
    * The number of spam complaints that have been filed against you;
    * If you post duplicate content over multiple accounts or multiple duplicate updates on one account
    * If you post multiple unrelated updates to a topic using #
    * If you post multiple unrelated updates to a trending or popular topic
    * If you send large numbers of duplicate @replies
    * If you send large numbers of unsolicited @replies in an attempt to spam a service or link
    * If you repost other user’s content without attribution.
    * If you have attempted to "sell" followers, particularly through tactics considered aggressive following or follower churn.
    * Using or promoting third-party sites that claim to get you more followers (such as follower trains, sites promising "more followers fast," or any other site that offers to automatically add followers to your account).

    Your account may be suspended for Terms of Service violations if any of the above is true; accounts created to replace suspended accounts will be permanently suspended.
    Read for yourself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by raena View Post
    YI don't know where you heard that, but that is incorrect. 'Auto submission' (which is just spam) is regularly detected and banned.



    Read for yourself.
    But my friend her name is Janifer, she is also professional in this field and she is using auto submitter and gaining lot of traffic...........

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenoro0 View Post
    But my friend her name is Janifer, she is also professional in this field and she is using auto submitter and gaining lot of traffic...........
    If she is telling you that auto-submission is approved by Twitter, she is incorrect. Twitter pretty clearly says in that link I just posted that spam tweets are not acceptable, and "auto submitters" on Twitter are usually just spamming.
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    Facebook and twitter is user friendly that Y people prefer it
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    I feel , Twitter providing more traffic to my link than Face book. So twitter is best for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenoro0 View Post
    how to auto submits in twitter
    You can use twuffer(.)com it can publish your pre-written tweets on predetermined time fixed by you.

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    Just throw my .02 in here...I think twitter does drive more traffic to your site but that is because of the medium that it is - you throw up an enticing link and a shortened URL to your site to the masses and hope that some will click through...and then you do it again.....and again...and again...getting lots of click throughs and possibly some conversions..

    With facebook its slightly different though..you don't go brazenly throwing links to your site up there, rather you try to cultivate and expand upon existing relationships so that would result in reduced traffic to your site via facebook but probably more conversions than via twitter..

    Using both of them is key though I think...as for which one is better than the other, like already pointed out, they are like apples and oranges, two very different mediums...

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    I don't think it's fair to compare the two since each of them is created for a different specific approach. But needless, I say Facebook.

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    The Phenomenon of social networking is very popular now. There will be a strong competiotion exists between Facebook and Twitter. Facebook appeals to people looking to reconnect with old friends and family members or find new friends online, the mash-up of features like email, instant messaging, image and video sharing, etc, feels familiar, while Twitter is a bit harder to get your arms around at first. In my opinion Twitter is more good.

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    I prefer the Twitter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greenoro0 View Post
    But my friend her name is Janifer, she is also professional in this field and she is using auto submitter and gaining lot of traffic...........
    I couldn't help but laugh reading this... taking the opinion of a friend who's a "professional" over the service that actually owns the property.

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    i personally like facebook but not twitter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ClaudiaMitch View Post
    I find Twitter more beneficial since from my site analytics, it's bringing me more business than Facebook.
    I believe both sites are beneficial in promoting your sites.

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    Two different arenas. Facebook maybe better because loyalty factor. People in facebook are your friends and friends of your friends and if you remember what your math teacher told you, (+)x(+)=(+)..that is a friend of a friend is your friend, so you can build a serious business network in facebook. But you must remind them about your posting or products, so occasionally talk about your services.

    Twitter? good and luck combination. You need to talk about your services and hope for individuals to follow you because of "keywords". I think there is no loyalty here. But you can keep talking about it..someone will buzz you soon ..don't panic.

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    both are important and great work, my all feeds in both network and great result but twitter gives me some bots in return

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    Both are unique in its own way. But for me, I prefer having twitter because it can be faster and easier to use to get your message across.

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    twitter is my first options for IM

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    HI friend,

    Facebook is a social networking site..which can help you in creating a brand identity and also helpful in getting tons of referral traffic.

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    I actually didn't mean to compare them. I just hear about "facebook" and "twitter" pretty much everywhere on the web. I wonder the situation will remain after 5 years? or there's new start ups that will take over?

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    Twitter -> Tweets
    Facebook -> Book's pages with difference faces

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    any body tell me, the easiest way of submission in twitter and facebook

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    As for myself, I would choose Twitter due to its instanteous ability to reach thousands of people, the ability to retweet messages & keep tabs on your brand / name via searches, and also how you can keep tabs on different topics and people easily.

    Not saying either one should be discarded for the other. I just find Twitter more useful for my purposes.

    I do think Google's upcoming Wave thingy might be "the next big thing".

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