Rewst is a simple tool once you understand how you can use it to help you grow your Twitter accounts. The strategy behind Rewst’s growth method is also simple:
- Follow Twitter accounts that are going to be interested in the content you are interested in. For example, if you tweet about bulldogs, you would follow other people who tweet about bulldogs. These people have similar interests as you do and you will like what they have to say on Twitter as well as they will like what you have to say.
- Not everyone you follow is going to follow you back. Eventually, you will want to unfollow those people. They aren’t interested in what you have to say after all. Of course, if you like what they are posting on Twitter, you can always Whitelist them on Rewst so you don’t accidentally unfollow them.
We have 2 main sections to our growth tool. They are:
- Fans – Fans are people who follow you, but you do not follow back.
- New Followers – These are you most recent followers.
- Copy Followers – Follow people who follow accounts similar to yours or what you want your audience to be.
- Keywords – Find users based on keyword. This works really well when trying to find who’s followers you should copy.
- Suggestions – These are Twitter accounts you can follow that are suggested by Twitter.
- Unfollowers – The Twitter accounts who have recently unfollowed you.
- Non Followers – The Twitter accounts that we have detected have not followed you yet. Rewst gives each new people you follow at least 1 week before they show up in the Non Followers page.
- Inactive Followers – These are the users who are not currently active on Twitter. We define a not active user as someone who has not tweeted in at least a week.
So, you can use the two sections of our site (Follow/Unfollow) to grow your Twitter account by following our recommended strategy. We limit you to 300 follows a day per Twitter account as well as 1,000 unfollows per day.
It is against Twitter’s Rules to aggressively follow and unfollow users. Please do your best to make sure you are staying within our limits as well as those defined by Twitter.