If you’re wondering how to get a blog post seen by more than your usual audience, then JustRetweet may be the thing for you.
JustRetweet is a system where you give it access to your Twitter account, then choose some tweets by other people to retweet. It’s pretty easy to set up, and you can of course revoke access in your Twitter app settings.
You choose some tweets to schedule, from 20 different topics, and earn credits for doing so. With those credits, you can then “sell” your own tweets for promotion by others.
Make sure you check out the links that you’re posting to ensure that they’re the sort of thing that your audience would enjoy!
You can also gain credits by following people. This seemed to only gain you 10 credits at the most. If you don’t like the idea of tweeting out lots of posts, then this is a good way to build up your balance.
The only problem we had with JustRetweet was the posting interval. Despite choosing the setting to post tweets every 2 hours (or every hour), they posted every 15 minutes. Quite a difference, and one that could be quite annoying to your readers.