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Wednesday, May 30, 2012

How to Use JustRetweet [Video Post]

JustRetweet is a service I've been using quite a bit recently to get additional publicity for some of my Twitter updates.

I've found it a great resource for getting multiple retweets of selected messages, for example, tweets publicizing my latest blog posts.

Through JustRetweet, it's possible to reach much larger numbers of Twitter users than would be possible for any single Twitter user (unless maybe you're Justin Bieber).

I've talked about JustRetweet on this blog before (in this post, for example), but sometimes watching a video can make a process easier to understand than reading a blog post.

Here, then, are two screencasts I made to take you through the basics of how the site works. The first shows how to log in to JustRetweet and find interesting tweets to share with your followers (and by doing this earn credits on the site).

The second screencast shows how you can use the credits you have earned to get retweets of your own Twitter messages.

As always, if you are viewing this post via email or RSS, you may need to visit my blog to see the videos.

To emphasize again, JustRetweet is open to any Twitter user and it's free (unless you want to pay for extra credits or advertising, of course). If you use Twitter at all to promote yourself or your books/writing services, I highly recommend giving it a spin.

As a matter of interest, both these screencasts were made using the free Screenr service and then uploaded to YouTube. I'm still quite new to the video-making business, so please make allowance for this when watching them!

If you have any comments or questions about JustRetweet, please do post them below.



Anonymous Valentine Belonwu said...

Hi Nick,
What a wonderful review! Thank you so much for being part of JustRetweet!

We will be launching Facebook scheduling service soon to JustRetweet and I hope everyone's message would be reaching others via Facebook and Twitter at the same time.

Thank you :)


6:53 PM  
Blogger Nick said...

No problem, Valentine. Thank you for making this excellent resource available to the world-wide tweeting and blogging community.

Interesting, too, to hear about the new Facebook scheduling service. I'll look out for this with interest.

7:30 PM  

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