I’ve been using Twitter for a couple of years now and have seen various Twitter tools come and go. I wasn’t moved to use any of these tools until recently when I ran across The Tweet Tank.

The Tweet Tank consists of eight instructional videos that provide clear, step-by-step directions on how to advertise and make money with Twitter on autopilot. Although I typically prefer written instructions, the videos in this package were easy to understand and follow. Ben, the creator, provides screenshots and verbal instructions that make setup quick and easy.

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The videos walk you through:

1.  Setting up an account.
2.  Automatically adding followers
3.  Automatically adding content.
4.  Using Twitter as an affiliate marketer.
5.  Maintaining your Twitter account.

After watching the videos, I put the techniques to the test using one existing Twitter account and one new account.  It took me about two hours to get everything setup, including watching the videos.

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The Results…With the exception of some minor tweaks to the automatic content generation system, I let the accounts run on autopilot for about two weeks. During that time, the new account increased by over 400 followers and I generated sales as well as increased my followers on the existing account.

Thus far, I am thoroughly satisfied with the results. And for $27, it was well worth the expenses. Now, if I can just carve out the time to conduct the recommended maintenance for at least 15 minutes, three days a week, I will undoubtedly experience even better results!

The Tweet Tank is the right choice for you if you’re looking for an automated, easy-to-follow system to advertise and make money on Twitter. And you can adapt the system to support your current and new activities. So, get started now!

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