Twesocial Review: We decided to review, and take a test of Twesocial to see if it was actually going to help us attract real, active followers to our account.
Twesocial uses automated software to find and follow accounts that fall within your niche, and you can customize their features through things like gender, location, and language so that you can get super specific with your audience.
By following the right people using Twesocial’s automated software, our hope, of course, is that these Twitter users follow our account in return, and we get to grow our account. We tested out their regular plan, which is just $15 a week.
With this, you get a fully managed service as well as real followers only. With their pro plan, they work twice as hard for you, and you get better customer service as well.
The number of followers that we attracted with Twesocial using their automated software while continuing to post our content on our profile was pretty steady overall. We experience a slow, yet steady growth in our follower count that could be anywhere from five to 20 new followers every day.
We would say that Twesocial received credit for about half of these followers, which we think is pretty impressive. We expected the growth to be slow and steady, especially because they are attracting real followers that, of course, we’re hoping will stick around.
What we really liked about this is that we didn’t have to do anything on our end apart from initially setting up our features, which means that Twesocial’s social media managers do the rest. This is definitely an impressive feature that we appreciated.
Of course, after our trial ended at the end of the month, the service stopped. However, we still had access to our account, where we could check out our reports and stats.
Overall, we think that Twesocial did great for our Twitter profile while we were using their regular service, and we think that they’re pretty reasonable at just $15 a week.
We think that they’re an excellent affordable Twitter growth option, especially when you review them against some of those more expensive growth companies out there – and those often don’t even come with a personal account manager.
Is This The Instagress for Twitter?
In short, no. It’s not Instagress for Twitter, because that doesn’t exist. This is an organic growth service for Twitter whereas Instagress was an Instagram bot. But, in terms of results, it’s definitely a comparison you could make with the results that Twesocial offer.
We think that their results were on par with the rest of their service, which was great, especially because it meant that we had more free time on our end to focus on other things, like creating more content.