I am a big fan of re-tweeting sites; not because you get to market blog posts for ‘free’ but you get to build an engaging community around a brand.
So when my good blogger friend Efoghor Joseph from Biz Success Guide told me about his new Twitter sharing site, TweetLow.com, I decided to review it for all my readers. Now, don’t think that just because he is my friend, I will give you a biased review. No, never!
Like every other review you have read before on this blog, this is going to be another unbiased review.
TweetLow.com Review: How does it Work?
If you have used JustRetweet.com and EasyRetweet.com before, you won’t have any problems understanding TweetLow.com.
Just sign in with your active Twitter account (passwords not stored) and get 700 credits instantly.
Go directly to the “Submit Tweets” section and get started.
A New Method of Retweet Credit Sharing
It is different from other re-tweeting sites in the manner in which it gives credits. For instance, if I set up retweets for 50 per share and you happen to retweet, you will not get 50 credits but half of it, only 25 credits.
This is a system I happen to like now. In the beginning, I wasn’t impressed with it much but as I continue using TweetLow.com, I can understand the merit of this system better.
The major benefit is safety from excessive re-tweeting.
All the balance points taken by the admin is recycled among other members.
Apart from this, you can get more credits by getting others to join the site via your affiliate link. Just click the “Free Credits” section for your affiliate id. Secondly, you can also transfer TweetLow.com credits to other Twitter handles.
Scope for Improvement
Since it is a new site, there is a lot of scope for improvement. For instance, the design could be much better and attractive than the present one. Also, there should be an “About” page.
Joseph, are you listening?
Nonetheless, I would give TweetLow.com a big thumb up and request you all to join the site for more Twitter engagement and followers.by