Here at Devumi we have two services to help you get retweets. There’s one of our longest running services, Twitter Retweets, and one of our newer services: Auto Engagements. The newer one can also be thought of as our auto retweet service. I am going to help you understand how these two services differ, and give you a few pointers on using them better. Prepare to be retweeted as our two services push your tweets viral any time you want!
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The practice of buying retweets and likes is one which is met with some controversy. It’s seen as a purchase which is made for pure vanity metric reasons. Twitter users picture accounts which buy them to be owned by lonely, ignored, downright unappreciated accounts. This is not the case at all. There are real world reasons, with direct Twitter marketing impacts, as to why buying retweets and likes does work. You may not think of them at first, so let’s analyse a few of them right now.
In the early days of Twitter, being popular meant having lots of followers and nothing more. Your only goal was getting more and more and more followers with little regard for how your content was performing on the 140-character platform. Worse still, there was little understanding of how you would actually get more followers to become a ‘Twitter Celebrity.’ What being a Twitter celebrity means now is having an active Twitter account. You need your tweets to have lots of retweets and likes to