Step by Step: Automated Retweets

Continuing with the Step by Step Series (Simple Instructions for Beginners), here’s a lesson on utilizing a free Roundteam account for automated retweets.

First, go to Roundteam and set up an account. When you set up your initial account, you must choose some options. I do not recommend retweeting your own name.

Now, I will show a series of images to demonstrate how to set up a retweet hashtag. In this case I have chose to retweet #CR4U, which is the hashtag for Clean Indie Reads. But you can choose any hashtag, such as #FridayReads, #BookBoost, #IARTG, etc.

SETTING UP RETWEETS HASHTAGS

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RETWEETING FROM A LIST

Next, I’ll show you how to create a list and retweet from a list on Roundteam. First, you must go to your twitter account and create a list. Start by searching for interesting twitter accounts you would like to retweet from. This can include any account you like, even friends and fellow authors. But keep in mind that Roundteam will retweet randomly from that account. So lists are more effective with twitter accounts that are uniform in their tweets. My example is a photography twitter account.

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I hope these step by step instructions help to simply your twitter experience .

 

 

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9 thoughts on “Step by Step: Automated Retweets

  1. I love Roundteam, but some of my friends complained that my social media feeds looked too commercial. I used the robust editing feature and now I have a better balance on my feed. I love the customizable nature of the site.

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  2. Sorry, Tamie, I may not have commented last week though I thought I did. Anyhow, Roundteam sounds like a lot of work to me, but I will bookmark this post and try it sometime. I’m not convinced Twitter is the social media wonder it was when it started out, and would love to learn more about Pinterest…hint, hint! Thanks for your careful instructions, you’ve done a favor to many authors, I’m sure.

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  3. I guess I did it again – didn’t hit “Post comment.” Sorry.

    I just wanted to say “thank you” for this clear , step-by-step description. I have been intending to use Roundteam for a long time, but the learning curve always seemed to be longer than the time I had available every day.

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